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HAVE YOU BEEN CISmU&IlJ)? 



Hullabaloo. Volume VII 

The Eckerd College Yearbook 

August 2001 -May 2002 

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Che origins of change,,, 

ITletcirnorphosis - a change of physical form, structure, or substance; a 
striking alternation in apperance, character, or circumstances; a marked 
and more or less abrupt deuelopmental change in the form or structure 
of an animal. Chis year marked one of the most dynamic changes for 
£ckerd College. With the start of the new year, came a new college 
president. Dr. Donald R. Eastman 333, as well as nearly 400 new faces, 
the class of 2005. 3n September, we, along with the rest of the nation, 
faced a horrific reality of the terrorist attacks around America. Chese 




my name is Don £tislnian. and 3 am a irestimiin loo, 3 am a ireshman president: 3 have been on the 
campus here at Gckerd for almost three weeks, so 3 share a bit oi your excitement, a bit oi your stale of 
disorientation, and a bit oi youf uneasy feehng that maybe you brought too much stuff to fit into your 



attacks forced us to realize and accept the changes that were going on 
throughout the country. Un October, after three years of students' hard work, we 
experienced the grand opening of the newly renouated student center, Criton's 
Pub- Che Pub's new welcoming atmosphere and excelerated technology made 
students want to go hang out there instead of just pass through. We also said 
goodbye to our Dean of Students, Chomas Illiller, and welcomed 3ames flnnarelli 
as our new Dean of Students. Along with Dean flnnarelli came a whole new 
student affairs staff, who began to change £ckerd into the place everyone knew 
it could be. Un ITlay, we watched fellow students graduate, changed for the 
better from their time at Gckerd, ready to face what the world is to put before 
them. We know this year has changed us, has it changed you? 





room...fls ireshmen. you now begin ci new season o! your liues. Vou enter the climcite of the educated world, and you do so not simply to learn, but to construct n meaningful life, 
to prepare yourselves ior the sernice your talents make possible, for the semice and leadership your country and your planet so badly need. Chat new season, and the challenges 
it brings, begin tonight. Welcome to Eckerd College," --President Eastman's address to the Class of 2005 at the Ceremony of tights on August 10, 2001, 



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Autumn Term began at 
registration. New students 
came with their families, or 
by themselves, to begin their 
college career. Freshmen 
were the only occupants of 
the campus for the first three 
weeks, taking just one class. 
The purpose of this orienta- 
tion period was to introduce 
the new students to the real- 
ity of college life. In addition, 
activities and lectures were ' 
scheduled each day to teach ' 
students what was out there < 
and give them something to ;^ ,^ 
look forward to for the next V | 
four 



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L3'd out "I love being five 
miles from the beach. I can go 
anytime!" said Michelle Davis, 
with friends. 



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_^ L'SteN Hard New sIuJlmUs and 
^■^ ^»- '"^f llicir lamiliL-s sii milMdc lai\ Hall 
iV^ li-.lcniiig lu a bnci inlixiduclion 
ahiHit registration and all it entails. 
This was recommended for every- 
one, as it explained all the ini|ioi"- 
lanl ]iaperuork 

L'N® iJP Freshmen and then par- 
enl-. stand in line wailnii! Ii>r then' 
luin In leiiisler. 



PeN 'H HaNd ,A neu suideiu 
fills dut lornis in Fo\ Hall diii- 
iiil; registration. Freshmen hail 
to i!i> through many stations he- 
fore they were official 1\ read\ 
for college. Among the sialums 
v\ere financial aid. work sUkK. 
campus salel). ami housing. 
.Alter registration, parents and 
students began moving into the 
dorms. Later that day. the first 
meeting of the .Auttimn Term 
class w";is helil 




MarK'NgS Biittnc> Boone and Jill Kesslei. members of ECOS. super- 
vise the banner-signing table. Written on the banner was '■Welcome 
Class of 2()().'i,'" and all freshmen were to sign their names. After regis- 
tration It was posted outside the ECOS office in Brown Hall for all to 



Autumn Term 



In the 



Dr.^UeSS Riithic 

Kcni unrks as an 
.\l1i\ aliir during 
Aiiliinin Icrm Ac 
livatiir 

the rreshnicn an 
make sure they at- 
tend all the planiieil 
actiN ilies Thex are 
a\ailahle to 
lielpu ith >iii\ i.|iies- 
ticms nr prciblenis 
that iiiiijht arise 




inning • 




Hosed doVVN r«>. students hcse theni- 
schesdiiwu altei s\\ niinmig in Frenehman's 
Cieek b\ the \\ iteihont. During Autninn 
Teini the Watertmnt held a da\ lur water 
aeti\ ities students LUtild take then su uii test, 
gii out on the boats or ka\ak 



FUN iN tMe SUN Nathan Ltndley takes 
students and parents for a ride in one of the 
Waterfront boats during the Waterfront Open 
House. Man\ students take advantage of all 
tlie Waterfront program offers: free use of 
eanoes. ka\aks. sailboats, and more. 



Atittiiiiii Term 




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MLL watered DoWN Students 
kayak into the Boca Ciega Bay to- 
gether. Kayaking is a very com- 
mon activity that students enjoy at 
the Waterfront. It provides a way 
for students to escape from studies 
and enjoy the Florida weather 
while also getting some exercise. 



iWeatlN' AWaS Emily Ayers 
and Missy Norwick shovel the 
soil at Palmetto Park Community 
Garden. This was one of the 
community destinations of "Into 
the Streets," a service day pro- 
vided by Service Ministries. 



MHO5 Will Seuffert and Elisa 
deJong, members of the EC-SAR 
team, and Activators Nick Byrd 
and Gracson Morris invade the caf 
to take "prisoners" to the Water- 
front Open House. This was an 
event to show the stadents what the 
Waterfront has to offer 



CaptaiN Hook Nick Byrd takes 
on the role of a pirate in order to 
bring people to the Waterfront 
Open House. 

PaiNt FigHt Lauren Cunningham 
and Allison Toskovich volunteer at 
the Palladium Theater in down- 
town St. Petersburg. Along with 
several other students, they painted 
a conference room that was to be 
used later that afternoon. They fin- 
ished painting in 3 hours! 









Autumn Term 13 



United 




Photos courtesy of Mark Smith. 2(101 Ironi hiip://camazot/.com/vvtc/l .html 

On the niorniiii.' ot Tuesday. Septeniher llth. 20(11. two planes were hijacked and llown 
nito the twm towers tif the World Trade Center. A little w hile later, another plane was How n 
into the Pentagon, and yet another crashed in Penns\ Kama. These e\ents shook, not onl\ the 
United States, but the world. The iw in low ers collapsed not long follow mg the attacks. .\ s\ nibol 
of New York City and. therefore Aineriea. the twin towers \anislied within hours; lea\ing only 
pillars of smoke in their shadows, hi the skyline there hecanie a \oid; the streets and btiildings 
covered in dust and rubble. That same day suspects were announced, the most probable being 
Osama Bin Laden, who is the most dangerous terrorist m the world. The events of that da\ had 
resonatiiiiz effects and w ill always be w iih e\erv eiti/.en. 



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1 was reading 1 he 

OJyssey lor Westeni 

Heipitage. i reallj' aicln;t 

Isjtiow 'vyliat to tiimlk, it 

didjiit lilt me tliat people 

were clyiiig. 

-Roiiala Porter 

1 lieard aDout it, out 

aiant tlimlk mucli oi it 

until 1 went to class anrl 

we aiscnssecl it and tlaen it 

just seenierl to liit ine, 

-I^liclielle diezeni 

My Iriena tola ine, out 1 

didnt Dell eye lier. bo, 1 

^^ent to my lab and lieard 

more and i oegan to 

believe. 

~Jill LaTery 




1 liaye iriends wlao live 

til ere. As soon as 1 lieard 

1 called tlieni as gnicKly as 

possible. 

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1 lirst tlioiiglit it was all 

an accident. Wlien i 

lieard aibont all tliree 

mill dings 1 realized tliat it 

conldnt oe. 

-•JDrad Fountain 

JVly iirst reaction was 

Ola, my ^Ijod. 1 was in 

sliocK. 1 ^vyondered wnat 

would nappeii to tlie world 

if it didnt end tliere.' 

~Siilelvlia ininmala 



What did you think when you heard about the attack? 



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LUCECy WONNEH 
T h e r e s i a 
Biichholz hands 
over a prize to 
the hicky whi- 
ne r. Cavilyn 
Keown. Pal- 
metto and P:C0S 
gathered o\-er 
S500 worth ol 
prizes to be 
ratllcd olTdnrini< 
the party. 



8tkeeet«ihs 
Ronald Porter 
and Kate 

Knepper race 
each other on 
the inflatables 
that Palmetto 
brought to the 
Welcome Back 
Party. The party 
was sponsored 
by ECOS and 
Palmetto! 







Lyndsie Nickel 
is armed and 
ready to fight 
back! This fun 
inflatable al- 
lowed the stu- 
dents to feel 
like pro boxers! 

AiLM©« There 
R 11 n n i n g 
against the pull 
of a bungee 
cord. Melanie 
rady tries to 
place her bean 
bag the fur- 
thest on the 
"ruler" to win! 






/\ very busy month. September was 
Z-tt the start of the official fall semes- 
ter. All sophomores. Juniors, and seniors 
joined the freshmen on campus after La- 
bor Day. Registration was in order for 
the upperclassmen on their first day 
back. Classes started right away and 
gave students more than enough to do 
besides the numerous activities put on 
by the clubs and other organizations on 
campus. Among the parties, the study 
sessions, and the work to be done, stu- 
dents began the new semester with high 
hopes. 



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M i^BM SiO Kim MortiiiKT and 
Mike Myers boogie with Maria Kute. 
All types of music was played so ev- 
er\-i)ne could enjoy the party! 

POLIOW THi Ie^T Garrette James and 
Chanel Martin get their groove on! 
The D.J for the night was Alex Frates. 




Septeniher 



College Program Series Events 





Speaking to a full house... StudL-ms -^Mw m Oendy McXan Audilnrium 
tor another CPS l-\cii1, Nearl> all of them arc held in Deiidy. 

The CPS exenis can range in siibiecl from science to 
politics to (ids Rock n' Roll Ihcre's siiiel\ snmclhini: for e\er\one. 




Welcoming students back... The ehcr leads those gathered Giving a little insight... Guest speaker Shihio Telhami. an atithonty 

ai .i|iciiiiig coiiNocation in song along with Mona Bagasao. Angela ,,n the Middle liast, speaks to stndents about the 

Gu\adccn. Dean Chapin. and President Eastman. Opening current situation Se\eral CPS lectures focused on international 

Convocation is one of the first CPS events of e\ery Near. relations uiih the Middle East in the aftermath of n/ll. 

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Fun 






It's 80 degrees outside?! And it's September?! 

Many students find themslcves reali/.mg just how warm it is as 
September rolls around and sdioolworl^ starts to pick up. Most of 
Eckerd's students come troiii northern states where September 
means the start of cold weather. But in Florida, it's just another 
month of beautiful sunshine Students spend the warm, lingering; summer 
davs at the beach rclaMiig. sun hathing. and perhaps even doing 
some homework. Its also an ideal time to walk along the 
seawall at sunset and enjoy a few gaines of frisbee or a barbecue out in 
Kappa Field. However the time is spent, it's nice to realize that when the rest 
of the U.S. is gearing up for winter, we'll be in shorts well into November. 

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Skip the CliHMi cre- 
ates balloon animals for the students! 

1DC)ES II IN- 
Colleen Carroll asks 
i ^_ __ Lindsey Kraat/. Maria Kutc. and Jen 
^^^ Asher what Palmetto is .ill ahdiii 

l3€>i5PrS Abh\ Berenhak and Tif- 
I ill) Pasco take time out from the cluh 
hunt to have a little bit of fun' 

IME IIRSI 
MEEIlN'tG? Katherine MurraN' 
and Lynn Jacobsen talk to Aiiihidpnl- 
ogv Club members. 



20 ScptcniixM- 




ckwise. starting 

Us? Ronald Porter chats 
about Eiulh Society with Katie Tripp and 
Mark Mueller. The club fair makes it 
easy for students to jom the clubs 
organizations that Eckcrd has to nit 




Ruth Alhansoii \cnUi 
hcrtriick inuilhc floin. 
road, despite seeiUL; I 
stalled eai stuck ill 
middle. 

SlIPi: Bi-ad Kaseh 
does the penguin slide 
a skim hoard nght out^ 
ol Prasch House, M 
students look ad\ant 
or-LakeEckei-d''toli 
a Httle bit ol luii in 
water on the da\ oil' 



rrop'cai ^toriv] Qabr-eiLe 





HurricaNe DaitoN 

WaiTER, W^IER tVERY- 
^>VHEKi: Ankle deep in water, the resi- 
dents of Room 26 hurn,' to escape with all 
their belongs. 

^JUniTNC CWTf Dalton's Resident 
/\d\isor, Lindsey Kraal/, helps to sweep out 
the water that now tills the hallwa\ 




September 21 



It) Your i>reajv»y 



/ love iv^v baUoon W^^ + '5 "Fo" your ivifrxi? 

ha + r Jcaiinic lluiilci, Ihc I^Iil' Ll-l;l; stainK iic\l In ihc die. mi 
fanipus Mmisincs Inlcrii. '""'aicl, ;\ll Fickerd sludents uliu allcnded 
puses for a picture while en- ''i"^ e\em were asked to take part in making this 
joying the evening that Cam- collective dream log that was later turned into a 
pus Ministries planned tor the large dream catcher and displayed in the chapel lor 
Eckcrd coiniiuinily. Skip llic all to see' 
Clown was haitlal work mak- 
ing balloon hats lor everyone Anyone uf> for a ho+ do^? /faiv>- 

VN ho wanted ,.ne' fjOr^er? Dan \ichlei skncs aua> alllie grill 

Can't Mfrr +^ri making lood. His ellonsdRl not go unappiccialed 

Sign'. \ In-.,, I h- as hungry sUidenls quickly ale up Ihc larc Free 

' ~ ' ^ lood IS alwaysa bonusand students alua\s l(i\e It' 




liaiiner proniuimg -In >oui 
I )ieains'" hangs ik ii the 
liiioksiore aiul in iilbovc s 




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Septeinbei 




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BnJo^'iT)^ ^he evening with 

f rfen <;l 5... Rl-hc Aran/. Julie Turt. Jessica 
Kiilick. and Turn Hagood Mt together enjoying 
the e\ening as the e\ent draws to a close Stu- 
dents spent time w itli their groups of friends and 
had a great time en]o\ ing each others' company 

Thanks Sk'tf>t Oara Kern, one of the 

senior Student Ministr> Coordinators, poses 
lor a picture in her balloon hat 
courles\ of Skip the Clown He was one 
of the features at Campus Ministries' 
"In \iuir Dreams" festivities. The e\ent 
was held in honor of the autumnal equinox. 

Hurts 00+ +0 <;/rV". The tic d\c 

sliiiis students made arc hanging between the tiecs 
to dr_\ in the warm evening air. Manx students 
brought shirts, socks, and even sheets to dve 
There w ere many different colors to choose from 
and the students got really creative with their tie 
dvmg patterns. This activ ity ended up being one 
of the most popular ones of the night. Some stu 
dents even left with whole woredrobes dved' 



Sweet 
f> r e a ivi 5 .' 

Lester Chang Fong 
and Mona Bagasao 
work on the collective 
dream catcher in 
hopes of warding off 
nightmare.s, especially 
those about exams, 
papers, and projects. 
\Ianv students added a 
link to the dream 
satcher. making it a 
uue communit) project. 





September 




"^hy/v^-S a'^'/re"' A gnuiput smdcnts learns to SaKa dance. Les- 
sons weic oflered lor a small lee ihiough Los Lalnios con Sahor club, 

f' (?M,eH\,Y €\~ W/ie'/... Hckcrd alumni galhcr lor the 
annual Alumini Dmnei lo renunisce about their college days. 



24 Octdbei 




ConiL-dian Craig Curmean 
keeps the crowd laughing 
III DeiulN McNair. His 
act featured e\cr\ thing 
from song parodies 

to Kermit the Frog. 



Costumed kids tr\ to 
scare the camera away 
while others play games. On 
Halloween night. Eckerd 
united children from around 
.St Petersburg onto campus 
to pla> games, eat candy. 
Lio trick-or-treating 
to the dorms on campus. 



Octohei- 25 



Midnight Madness '01 




LaL Lha modna// bagin The crowd eagerly avuuts the start 
of the Eckerd College tradition kiiovMi as midnight madness. 
Both the men's and women's basketball teams got the 
opportunity to strut their stuff tor the crowd. There were also 
plenty of raffles, with the grand prize being a new car for a night. 

Huddk, Upi The 
women's basketball 
team gets ready 
to show off their 
skills for the crowd. 

Thay hove. Lha 
baoL After many 
weeks of practicing, 
Eckerd dance 
team performs 

their routine before 
the start of 

niidnmht madness. 



26 October 




Kiching off tine. fTlidnight 
(Tlodne,// The band Olivecarpet 
sets the crowd excited for the 
^tart of Midnight Madne^s^ They 
kicked off the night with a 
performance outside the g>m 

Enjoying Lhe, nighL Ronald Poner 
takes a moment to pose for a 
picture while enjoying the festivities. 



October 27 



Kim ©H KASAPml 




CrettiNg a L'i'+tl'? 4o5er jo Nai,_,re... 

Two kills ha\c .1 close encounter with a 
snake din-niy ■'Kuls on Kanipiis'\ The 
i-la\ was sponsored b_\ Campus Ministries 
anil featured games, food, prizes, and 
a reptilian pelting /oo. eourtes\ 
ol the Hcrpelolog\ C'liih Children 
liom the Si Pete area ucre 
hrniight m to spend a da> ha\ing tun 

I \.lM o,ie foot Kids gather m a line 
and eagerl\ auait a balloon animal or 
hat from Skip the clown All the 
kills were seen proudl\ wearing 
llicir hats and carr\iiig their 
animals for (he rest ol the da\. 




peej^-a-tool Onc ,,1 the features ol the Herpetology Club's 
e\hihil, a bearded dragon li/ard. in\ cstigates the camera. Fierce 
as It looks though. It was actually quite friendly with everyone. 
This was one of the most popular attractions of the day. 




28 Octol 




v^W+ 4° ^ Win?'. Julie Leea was 
the prize lady! She helped the kids 
pick out thier prize from the main 
choices found at the prize table. One 
of the featured events was a sca\ - 
enger hunt. The prizes ranged From 
books to jump ropes to pencils' 



close eNCOMNfers... Two 
kids check out a turtle, 

.lessica Kulick leads the 
kids and their parents in 
the cake walk game. 

I hope +hi; W°N't bi+« 
-ei A little bo\ gets a 
reall> close look at 
one of the snakes. 

:,-C'f[ Ju~^pl Ju"pl A group 
of kids start hopping as fast 
as they can in the sack 
race, another game planned 
for "Kids on Kanipus", The 
w inners were given coupons that 
w ere cashed in at the end of the 
da\ for their choice of a pri/e 





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October 




/V>H^/-AfA( Well, mas he children 
ol tile (Ileal Fiinipkin A leu il.iys 
hell. re Halli.ueeii. sliKleiils ueie 
pr.nideJ wuh ihe iippi.iliinil> tn eaiAC 
llieir nun piiiiipkin-, lor hee 
Many Innk aihanlatie ol (his, 
putting liie Iree earvinij kils and 
stencils ml. I use Others Iree-haiiiled 
Iheir nun designs A ccnilest 

uas held l.ir the hesi car\ed pumpkin 

p.eAz>>' TV Tl^'UA-ViZ- 

lilt^l Shelley Knhns. Corr\ 
WilkinscMi, and Ashley (nmld slnp lo 
smile m their Hallnueen cnstiimes 
Many siLnlenls clinse tn gel ilressed up 
Id attend the Halloueen Dance, 
lead kids anuiiul the campus, .ir 
just go trick-or-treaiiii'j themseh es 



'A' lytt S/V(Iff ^f WAv.V.V./aA< Mike Hinds and, Ad. 
pose lor a piclure in one (d the more clever costumes on Hall 
■■pack uas seen uandering the campus lor the d; 
amusement .d many. A leu other suidenis also ehus, 

the day m cosiiime. but this uas h\ lar one ol the iiio> 



111 Farnsuorlh 
lueen. The 
y. to the 
■ to spend 
t elaborate. 



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Smurlette. tn he more precise. A few creulne students came to the Hallow 
een Parts decked out m hiue hod\ paint, taking e\en,onc hack to the days of " 
Smurf cartoons. Many of the Eckerd .Students were excited to get the chance 
to set off camps and to be goofy' It was a fun and hikirious way to release 



XV.V. i^lXe^^^/J- O/^ X^'Z> [it^L^^ T<v> /l<v> Miche 
Da\is. Eric Veitch. and Kris Bombard show 
off their costumes before heading off to the 
Halloween Part\ for a -spooklacular" night. Main of the students enjoyed 
the time thes were able to spend with their friends for a night sire 



and .\m\ Johnson p* 
arh at the Halloween p 
ff campus at the Orange 



Tara Sands 
in their 

irt\. held 
Blossom. 




October 3 1 



B 7 I d L' c t 

Thornlun and 
Annie Kane 
watch e\crvonc 
dance ' al 

S\nllieM<i. while 
Erie \eileh { 

shous nil 
dancnig skills h 
the camera. 






C..''e' Members of L„s l.almos Con Sahcr uail in anticipation to seixe the 
■liei.His Latin fo,id. This neu eliih uas sianed this Near to spread enlliin 
awareness on campus. 



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i^r^' Trace> Toiilali and Students line up out- ™ 

Julie Lockaid dance the '^'^'^' '"^ H-'" I" ^'^'l 

nightaway atSynlhesia. (he "i'" ''""-' -iH-n nu-can- 

firsteverlntei-nalionalSiu- '^■■" ' -"i" hullei. |iui on 

dent Association (ISA) *"'-'' ' '"" I alinos Con 

elub-si\le dance. Salx>r. 




fifrc± Cjn ' Big Sky per- 
forms in Slater's Woods as 
part of Palmetto's Thursdays 
at the Caf. It looks like 
Lmdsey Kraatz and Latira 
Scherf are enjoying them- 
selves. 



t'fe^&e... The Eckerd Col- 
lege Chamber Orchestra, 
though small, has a \ancl> of 
instruments m its midst and 
brought out the full depth of 
the music. 




A variety OF iNtereStS 




-^ir rh-\t' ne-r^' 

The Eckerd College 
wind ensemble, con- 
ducted by David Irwin, 
performed a multitude 
of pieces, including 
"Americans we...." 
"Sundance." and 
"Blessed Are They." 
Even though the group 
IS small they remain 
dedicated to their mu- 



CP^Vr-f^ -^J'S^ ' The 
Women's Resource Cen- 
ter sponsored a coffee 
house on the Fo,\ Hall p;i- 
tio. There was music, 
food, tarot readings, and 
henna tattoos (as seen at 
left). It also pro\ided a 
place to mingle and to 
gain support of the stu- 
dents on issues of the cen- 
ter, m the form ol a peti- 



Novenibcr 



Significant Contributions... 

Qm(gs(t F(D)ir Mcgsirninnng 




ll.iliUal l<i|- [-lunianitx 
which used donated ' 
to build houses 
homeless m St. Pete 



innm \'s>r a CaLisf... Tim 

Edmision. Jusim I. nop. Bob 
Watson, Dan Cooper, and Lee 
.Apperson ran 5K to raise money 
for handicapped kids and Leah's 
Dream Foundation. They also 
sold t-shirts to support the cause. 



flsk n®i tC'hai ''®ur communii ■ Can /■/© for 
>s)u. 6ul tC'hal ^:@u Can (/@ f@r lOurCOm- 
munit'l... Students, faculty, and staff gather 
at the Festival of Hope to learn about the 
different service projects that the seniors 
participated in this year. 



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Ueiu/in a lu-lpi/J han^/...Ther 
^iKhhdl/ ami t'i>ir\ WilkiiiMin cn- 
li^hlcn people abdul Qh"M. riic\ were 
1,11 1 nl ilic tcstnal coiirdination jiroiip 
I1k'\ planned, organi/ed. ant 
-CI uji the entire e\e)il 





LifclllOf ll®pe...Siad|aiij i\1i)ato\ ic, 
Rachel Parks. Jen Kingslev. Brendan 
PhiUp. Derek OKen. jnd Kenil Vora 
worked with the Center Against 
Spousal Abuse (CASA) organization 
to help women from abusive 
relationships get baek on then feet. 



din I H'Silliin 6ul a Ii®li/v/ <-/©;... Ann Whiko. Sarah 
^arborough. and Charlotte Mace pki\ « Uh some ol the 
animals that thc\ tried so hard lo lind 
homes for in their \olunleer work with SPCA. 

/is fLin I© sla-i al ihe Y-IH-C-fl... Kris Olds. Deane 
Gardner. Deecembra Diamond. Anna Engholm. Jessica 
Flanigin. and Kristin Sundberg volunteered their time 
at the YMCA, creating programs that helped build a 
healthy spirit, body, and mind using Chnstian principles. 




November 3.'i 



Did you have fun at the 

Benefit Ball knowing that 

you were helping a good 

cause? 



ne. It was a good 
i! way to help, even if 
•^' only in a sinall way." 
Meredith Oppegard 



"Yes, I thought it 
was good to com- 
bine having a good 
time with support- 
ing a cause." 
Jill Braly 




"Yeah. The fact 
that it was orga- 
nized by the stu- 
dents and at the 
Vinoy was great.' 
Arjun Mallik 





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The Benefit Ball was a service 
project for Quest For Mean- 
ing, put on by six seniors. The 
purpose was to raise money 
for the Twin Towers Fund, 
which was set up in New York 
City by former mayor Rudolph 
Giuliani to help the victims 
and their families in the trag- 
edies of September 11th. 
These include the NYPD, 
Emergency Medical Services, 
NYC Fire Department, 
Port Authority of New York, 
and workers of the World 
Trade Center among others. 



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New York, New York! riieTwm 

Tiiwer Memorial » a^ civatcd l\\ the QFM 
ynuip and was dii displa\ for 
all to SL-L- at the Ball. 

Say, "cheese" Adam Onltith and Anne 
Davis take a break tiom selling tickets and 
collecting donations to smile for the cam- 
era. The Benefit Ball was able to raise 
5.000 for the Twin Towers l-nnd in 
New York. 



Dressed to impress while 
making a difference! Hckcni 

Colleee dances the night a\va\ in an 
attempt to help the people ot New 
York. And help they did: about 300 
people, students, faculty, staff, and 
ASPEC members, attended the dance 
at the Vinoy. Looks like they had a 
great time dancing until they were 
kicked out of the ballroom. 




It's the next Rockettes! Craig Albernaz. 
Brian Cuughlin. Brandon Soule, and Damian 
Michalak close the ball by dancing to the last song, 
Frank Sinatra's "New York. New York," up on stage. 
Students enjoyed the fact that the dance had two dif- 
ferent rooms for their use. The ballroom was for danc- 
ine. while the food and dnnks were ser\ed in the foyer. 




Changing Appearances. 

The Times Festival of Reading 



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here we 
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Anna llic BallL'rina 
(Amy Johnson), 
Biscuil tliL- Dog 
(Aniaikla H.n\c>). 
and Madeline 
(Shannon Nnlph) 
[lose loi- a piedne 
belore heathnii oul 
(o lead (he 
e h a r a e ( e r 
parade around 
Children's S(oi\ 
land All (he chil- 
dren lo\ed(heehar- 
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Amanda, and Shan- 
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The S(oi-\ Lad\'in(ei-aets wKhthe 
kids during her stoi^' time. She had 
.1 lew \ okuKeers from the audience 
come lip on s(age and help her 
,ic( ou( (he s(or\. 



The ninth annual Times 
Festival of Reading took 
Place on the Eckerd College 
campus on the weekend of 
November 10th and 1 1th. 
Roushly 15.000 people 
came to the festival to buy 
books, meet authors and 
distinguished speakers, 
create arts and crafts, and 
participate in many other 



activities. Children were 
able to listen and partici- 
pate in story time with 
"The Story Lady" and pa- 
rade around "Storybook 
Land" with various 
storybook characters. 
If you looked beyond 
the costumes, you just 
mifiht have seen some 
Eckerd students there! 










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November 39 



Triton $ Pub Opens 





The moment we've all been waiting for... 

Left: PrcMdciil haslniaii addrcss^-s the MiiiloiiN, laciill\. and staff 
mcnilXMs pic.senl m the Puhs opening. Ixp /;,;,'/;/; Time to cut 
the lihhon! Janice Stroh. Dean Anniirelli. Garvin Sealy. Will- 
iam Hough, and President Eastman do the honors. Bonom ri'jht: 
Dean Annarelli gets iead\ to help cut the rihhon with the giant 
scissors. 



December 




Time to Celebrate/ loptarUir-siuJcmshiou-i 

plaMiii; pool un the brand new pool tables. The game quickl> 
became a popular acti\ ity. Top left: Students eagerly line up at 
the bar for the delicious fruit smoothies. Bottom left: A crow d 
eagerly awaits the opening of the Pub. Top n';'/ir.- A musician 
plays outside on the lawn. Bottom rr^ht: Spectators gather for 
the grand opening. 




December 



41 



"Put OM vjour ^ariVIULKe, ifS ti|Vie For HaNtJKK3H„"Dca„An,u,icll, leads the 
cK.u J 111 siiijjiny Adam .SandlL-i\ -Haniikkali Sdiil!" al the Campus Mmisiries spun 
soied SliKl\ Break. 



Top riiihr: Michelle Davis helps herself U> 
some apple cider. Middle: J Hess, AiuK 
Schafter. Bethaii\ Elliot, and Muiia 
Bagasao lead students ui Christmas caruN, 
«(7f)ir n',?/ir.- Tom Haijood. .leaniiie Hiiiuei. 
andTheresia Biielihol/ prepare decorations 
lor the Christmas iiee in the Puh. 




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42 December 



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's ha ime aga/n^. Iina/s week! The library and complex lounges were filled 
u ith studenls cramming a semester's worth of knowledge into their heads, hope- 
fully resnitmg in good grades! Tap left: Dara Kem studies hard in the Pub. Bottom 
left: Alisa Mazzocchi and Lindsey Kraalz curl up in the chairs at the Pub to listen to 
Christmas carols and get in a little studying. Mitkllc: One of many students in the 
library peruses a book, Ro^ht: A group of students settle in at one of the library 
tables for w hat could be a lona niaht. 



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iCI„chy,s,i,,.n, UnrXrhe -^Jj-Ax-e "e-AQex^^- 
L-C£:c\-^ I- rout nnv: Arnold HciirR|iiLV, Ashley Par 
Clinsinui BiillcN. Suicc> AhncN, Knsiiiui Lemon. Hne.i 
I.eilhcil. Leta.the group leader. Brian Cooke. Back row : Me\ 
Brnu n. Andre Mattag. Merritt McLean. Andy Richards, Alc\ 
Jones 4iir^q f^f, rist^r-l Ethan Shelley soarsilinniLihlhc 
lice lops, ^pme e.fnA/?iwe£-/'e\-'? -ii^^-^v -f-^- f,,(ii,.. 

ilral rock in Ari/ona. as seen IVoni an oil roati |ccp f<P\~.^ 
-(S-^cVJ'/^^ ''e-HQe\T;- /-/■,./»,■,.„■ AikI\ R.ch.nds, Hack 
low Susan Hasclline. Allis,,n ToskoMch. Kalhr\n Broun 
Daxc M,.ccr]. P.I Ma>ei. Ncri.. Pcrcra. Alc\ Br,,«n 



44 







iCIiK-kniic from top kin ^fctS "^"^ 
pants in the Florida Ke\s trip enjin 

callv o\cr Lail\ Liherl> in the 
distance. C^l'S P^ /Tie 
\~e5f /ie\nre^... Brendan 
Sheehan and Brian Feil stand 
with firefighter James Martin 
in front of Ground Zero in 
New York Cit\. V';/ieW ' 
F't''/_'\''/ QP'^e' Amanda 
Hiiwev takes a break 
after the 10-mile climb 
out of the Grand Can\on. 
Fee' /'/le riet Heather 
Maddox relaxes atop the 
kitchen mesa after an houi- 
and-a-half hike from the 
Ghost Ranch m New Mexico. 



iT ."^ ,'\a,a,e Panici- 
the sLinnx mangroves. 
.. The sun rises majesti- 






January 



45 




iiiuldlc Ictn '^c^!^.. 
Dp-'/^' A \ie\ 
Trafulgci Square in 
Loncl.in. as Biy Ben 
cliimcs m the dis- 

uuice te-^ A'm.e ' The participants in the London Winter 
Terni trip lake a minute to pose tor a picture. fi«r/(- row: Profes- 
sor Meese. Tom Webster. Li/ Powell. Kris Olds. Joel Schad. 
Laura Schetf. Magnus Franklin. MuUilc nnw Jessica Kulick. 
Prai-thna Singh. Sheryl Weinstein. Nicole Virgin. Front onr: 
Hrm Cayce. Li/ Mount. Julie Turt. lilspeth Sprans\. Lindse\ 
Kraat/. Lyndsie Nickel. P. ^eX^^cf ^lc/AX^c... ,\ pic- 
liirc-perlecl view ol the Scoiiish highlands taken on the uav to 
l-.ichness. i^rs^r'A/e r'/i«Thesun sets i|uietl\ o\er the 
uater at Chant's Causeway in Ireland l", Vr/^ rV --in" 
th'^r ^-X^t Sr-re^... Lnulsey Kraals and Laura SJierf 
prepare to launch Kris Olds into a lounlain at Hampton Court. 



46 




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(itf^e C^L^'' i--. A\nl Wancii poses for a 
al GiaiU's Caiisc\\a\ in Ireland. 

"i^\Jv,n^^^'" The Eekerd students that 
went to Ireland and Scotland take a moment lo 
pose lor a picture, Biuk nw: Kyle Daugherly. 
Shawn Manalort. Douglas Schneider. Drew 
Thompson. Elizabeth Pagan. Maggie Brownell. 
from row: Avril WaiTcn. Clare Barralt. Sulekha 
Tunimala. Christopher Stodard. Jana Laurin. 

t\Pt^--.. Eckerd students explore the ruins of 
Lirquhart Castle m Lochness. Scotland. 



January 



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L!niiind. A lew da\ s hiici. the participanK oHliis inp 
wcreat lliesumniil. '^('/'/c^^' /& ^f^f^ ^/le 

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■|'illan\ I'aseo manages lo ucl a close 
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(Clockwise from top leftj^WjcCe 3'-/a ^"^i V'S^t'SY^^^' 
Mark Mueller has his picture taken w ith one of the infamous 
giant tortoises at the Charles Darwin Station ni the Cialapagos. 
L-J\1ct\rtM^^ A lava hering grabs a la\a li/ard to eat ui the 
Galapagos. L.^€\-t'Sf2Cc.nS ^ *?<?'^ CA^^AVe... Dan 
Caine\ helps two native Pohnpei men pound roots to make kava 
tor the Sakou ceremony on the Micronesia trip. l- ^Vle.^V", 
'^''^'^ S^nr P'^^ ■ Celine Ekels funousK saw s at a coconut in 
an attempt to get it open on the BeUze uip. (/ve Ml^c^e tV The 
Africa group poses at the top of Mount Kilimanjcu"o. Fioni nm : 
Joe Stroh. John Garry. Jenn Regis. Sarah Wark. Jamie Bobh, 
Prof Brooks. Middle row: Aaron Thompson. Andy Willis. 
Amanda Uscicki. Steve Bubinas. Sean Murphy. Bacl< 
row: Prof. Hammerschmidt. Monica Carrasco. Gracson 
Moms. Peter Metcalfe. Matt Skomasa. Rod Skaggs. 
^r^ 'S ^i^^(- WeA-^Q y^tey ^CC Students 
on the Galapagos trip discover a Truon fan lounging 
on the beach of Hspanola Island. 




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49 



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It's important to help out in your community 

Hdhhv Sen IS. Martin Broun, Susan Hasclline. BikIlicI TlmriUon. Toni Haiioml. and Kini Morlimer 
'jalhcr aiiiund the sUc leader ol llie Sunenasl Seahnxl Sanetuar\ lu hear wlial llien task is Ini tlie da\. 



5(1 Fcbiuarv 




Rock 'n' Roll is here to stay The urban 

Gypsies, a la\ Drite band of nian\ Eckerd students, returned to en- 
tertain and delight e\er\one who came out to listen. Urban Gyp- 
sies ha\ e an Afro-Cuban sound and they allow students to join in 
\\ ith their performance. 



Dance to 
the music 

Sinihng and ha\ iiii; 
a yoiid time. 
Chi(.|uita Brooks 
and Pedro Jarquin 
dance together at 
the .Afro-American 
Society's party that 
took place during 
Honiecominc w eek. 



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Look into my crystal ball. . . MeganHorst 

gets her tortune (old ai the Blues Ba^h Spirit Lunch that was 
lield 111 l-n\ Hall wootis during Homecoming week. 
Hard work is fun! Lmdsey Kraatz and Becky Day 
help out 111 planting new plants at one of the Earth Society events 
that took place during Homecoming. 





tlnd the Winner is... .An 
ecstatic Can in .Seals and .Sa- 
rah Claw son si.inil next tn 
iinmeis- up t'ail\ fkadiiie 
and La> nc Noilon ilnp left}. 

How can you i-esisi? 
Alter the interesting cross- 
dressiny siiow. 93.3 WFLZ 
l),l'd a parts ni Triton's Pub. 
spiMisdred b> tiic ,Alro- 
American Societw {Tap 
'■/.i;/)/) Looks like Tiiomas 
Lendrihas and Zena Davis 
are has ing a good time. 

IfUci :..;ot il, [launl it! 

l.asne Norton siiovss otf he- 
fore the ludjjcs and ■■licr" date 
Carls iJerdine ii r^lii). 



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>|)hak(: what your 
momiDa gave ya... 
Lindsey Phelps and Ryan 
Bahn shosv off their dance 
skills lor the Proni-a-Not 
judges iln-low). Each 
couple competing ssas ex- 
pected to anss\'er questions 
and tlaunt their skills in or- 
prose tht they svere 
■s ihat deserved to he 
king and (.|ueen. 
I scrs couple uas shakin' 
their aroose than a! 




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PTOM-fq-NOT 




tlciv they arc... Mr. and Mrs. prom- 

a-Not Garvin "Sha Nay Na\'" Seah and 
Sarah Clawson smile in tnumphi as they 
claim the Mr. and Mrs. Prom-a-Not 
royalties. 

What a lineup! The participants in Prom- 
a-Not pose for a picture before strutting their 
stuff for the judges. Left to right: Li//je 
Rodriguez. Aran Johnson. Carly Berdine. 
Layne Norton. Lindsey Phelps. Ryan Bahn. 
J.P. Woods. Lyndsie Nickel. Tiffany Pasco. 
Jeremy Bracone. Mil<e Insalaco. and Gwen 
Stokes. 




February 53 




We will, we will rock 
you! Kckcrd sludonts 
had lull cimibmi; the 
rock u all at Ihe Blues 
Bash Spirit LAiiich. 
Students could also 
yet their palms read 
and listen to The 2} 
SkadiHi hand pla\. 



flu dressed up and nowhere lo go 

Jason Spratt. Rebecca Jacobson. Lova 
Patterson. Diane Elmore. Naney Collavvn. 
Dean Annarelli. Garvin Sealy. Brad Foun- 
tain, and President Eastman, all Brown Hall 
staff members, show their school spirit h\ 
getting dressed up lor the I mm da\ ol 
Homeeomint; Week. 



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ITlurcil Contest winners.,, 
1st place: niorris Bouse 
2nd place: Ubsen Bouse 
Srd place: Dante Bouse 




*Mural Ct)iiipclition began 
^ebnuirx Kith 

■Comnuinit} Plunge 

'■■Women's and Men's 

Basketball games 

*93.3 WFLZ Parly in the Pub 
I *Prom-A-Nol 

Fchruiiry 19th 

■Blues Bash Spinl Lunch 
Fehmctry 2()th 

■'Career Networking Fair in 
Fox Hall 
FchriMiy 23th 

"'Planting for a Greener Future 

'•'Women's and Men's 

Basketball games 

'i=Wild 98.7 Party in Fox Hall 




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£ach dorm wtis cillolled a wall to paint 
and had a weekend to paint it in. Chere 
were many diiierent designed walls 
ranfling from Alice in Wonderland to 
St. Pete Beach and from the Galapagos 
3slands to Bob ITlarley. Che creatine 
effort o! the students clearly showed, 
leaning the judges with the hard task 
of choosing only three winners. 



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Cradition is born Homecoming week made for 
some great enlertainment and bonding among the 
fickerd community. Some of the favorite events 
of Homecoming week were the basketball games 
and Prom-a-\ot. 





Community Plunge 2002 



Loo(('ir\ff ^oo«/ ^oyj... 

Or Sus.m Bdcrckcl. Suiah .Inhiisnii. and 
A\nl Warren trim hack the hriish at Mustard 
Seed on Central Avenue A lot of time 
and liaril uurk went into makiiiL: tins 
area look better, and il sure paid oil 





HUS^ t^ake the WOr(c/ ^O /r>C^ f,v ir)C^...MoiK Roekaniann.N,ekKra,„arezuk. 

rOUr)<i.,. Iheresia Bueiiliol/ speiuls imie uith Mej^an Hoist. .Melanie Neale. and .leannie Hunter help out al 

a resident ol Ba>\\ood Niirsiny Home. l''^' P-ilmi-'llc) Park C"oinnuinil\ (larden on .ird .-\\e South. 




Giving i>ack +o the coiviMoni+v«" 

iihdvc left. K_\lec O'Toole takes a break from pkiNing 
BINGO w itli a resident (ifBa\ wood Nursing Home to smile 
tor the camera. 

iihove right: Da\ e Moeen. Brian Cooke. Nicole .Mlard. and 
Martin Brown clean out the pelican cages at the Suiicoast 
Seabird Sanctuar\. Looks like the\ had a great time' 
hclon- rii;lit: back; Members of the Psychology Club and 
a PARC resident rest from all their hard work during 
February's ComnumUy Plunge at Burkett Villa, an adult 
Iningfaeility by PARC. 

hchni left: Martin Brown. Bobby Sen is. Nicole Allard. Da\ e 
Moceri. and Brian Cooke pose for a picture before 
setting back to work as the pelicans stand 
by and plan their attack. Look out. guys! 



February 



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Ecu erd W elCOmeS! Family and 
2. 2(102. ai Hum IVslnieriaiiChurcl 
thai liillciued al (he Vinoy Renaissance Hotel 

Phnti) taken hy Diike Li|u\ersit\ Fln)toi!raphy 



, „,„, ^ „ ^"''"^^ "' ^'^''''^ Colleges President Donald Has.man listen ,ntenil> to Ins inaugural speeeh thai took place on Maixi 

-, J :()-. at His, I resin tenan Church in downtown St. Petersburg. Students, laeulty. and statf u ere ,n attendance at hjs inauguration, including the reeeptici 



58 Mai-ch 




ECkerd listens... Elie Wiesel. the fa 
moils speaker. Holocaust survivor, and 
Nobel Peace Prize winner, came to cam- 
pus to discuss what it was like in the 
Holocaust, as well as the events of the 
v\orld in the uake of September 1 1th. 



Ill ihc tcu sluilciils who 
leiided the B.iik|iil-1 al 
Don CeSar. 

Family Ji&j Tlie Kastm. 
Zack. Bryan. Christ 
Donald, A>ns!c_\. anil A 
iKiinx- aflcr 
niaii'jnration. 



Pholos b\ DiilsL' Universily 
l^hotoyraphv 

(iO March 



FolloLuing Lha laoda 
Dr. Walter Walker, math- 
ematics professor, leads thf 
processional of faculty, ex- 
ecutive adminstration, Boarc 
of Trustees members, anc 
\ isitors from 68 different col 
leges who came for this niO' 
nienliHis oeeasion. Also in- 
.1 in attendance werf 
the family and friends o 
President Eastman, as we 
other members of the Eekerc 
C'olleiic conimiinit\. 





"le. graoLa/L gift, of 
Anne Wetmore pre- 
nts President Eastman 
d his wife a metal t'ld- 
er crab, one of the 
:kerd College mascots, 
a gift at the luncheon 
:ld in honor of Eckerd "s 
!w president. 
JhoL on honor 
ilcs C. Collier. Chair- 
an of the Board of 
Tjstees. mstalls Donald 
Eastman, 111. as the 
)urth president of 
ckerd College. 

Tiile,! Kathryn and Ster- 
Watson. Janice Stroh. 
lel Thompson, and Susan 
arrison seem to be enjoy- 
themselves at the 
incheon. 




B Wqv) Beginning.., 

3nauguration of President Gastman 
march 2, 2002 

The mauguration of Donald hastman 111 as president of Eckerd College took place on March 2. 2002. at First 
Presbyterian Church of St. Petersburg. Many colleges and universities came to show their support for our new 
president. The celebration began on Friday with a luncheon in Hough Quad which students, staff faculty and 
-^-'■' .\SPEC members attended. Many gifts were presented to the Eastmans to celebrate this special day, including a 
pink tlamingo lawn ornament from Dean Annarelli and a pool stick presented by Pat OTlaherty on behalf of the 
student body. The celebrating continued at a Banquet held at the Don CeSar. Board of Trustee members, friends, 
family, and'a few smdents attended. President Eastman was presented with awards by both the Mayor of St. 
PetersburL'. Rick Baker, as w ell as a representi\ e from the government. After the acmal ceremony there was a 
reception al the \"ino\ Hotel, where the president greeted his guests. 
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Hoor ya Hoor ya Presi- 
dent Donald Eastman ad- 
dresses the congregation as 
the Eckerd College conceri 
choir looks on in anticipation 
of singing the choral 
bendiclioii "God Be In M\ 
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It's a bird, it's a Plane, it's... 

Brandon Owen piiints oin the siat;c. wlwi.. 
the Volleyball (cam was lu-niL' auclioiiciL u 
Andy Cameron and Shawn Manaliui 




Line up! MoM ,,I Eckcrd came cm li. Nil 
for the free food and drinks that u as scr\ cd. 
The college e\cn boiiolii heer lor ihosi 
who were eligible to drink it 



Going, eoine. gone! Xlike Pelletier and James 
Armstron;:. members of the Volleyball team, were 
auelioneel nit Hi screaming girls standing on the 
ground below 

Chillin' and Chattin'... Eckerd students gather 
along one of the corners at Nu to just hang out 
and talk. The balconies at Nu were the place to 
be to check out the happenings below 
and to catch up with friends. 




Nu Mardi Gras 2002 



62 March 




Let's start the bidding at 
10... do I hear SIO? 

Hnicee tor the night. Rick\ 
Zager, had a good time 
auctioning off some of Eckerd's 
best sports players to raise 
money for the sports teams. 

Spike! Nightspiker beach vol- 
leyball was a big hit later in the 
night. Students pla\ ed \ olle\ hal 
b_\ the puiple glow of black lights, 
while the ball and nets glowed 
fluorescent colors. 



I'll run thee through with my sword! 

Milwaukee Man runs at the camera in his beer box setup. He 
w asn't the only one having fun. Nu Mardi Gras brought a good 
number of students out of their rooms to socialize. 



March 63 




Coot tilt t-\Qt Dan Barto waits 
in anticipation l\)i- sciiucunc lo knock 
liini into tlic ticc/ini: ualcr hclinv. 
Tlic dinik lank uas pail ol ihc Ian at 
I'^arlh I)a\ :(I(I2, sponsored hv t:artli 
Socict\ 

"-'^'- - — -4i, Beck> Da\ and 
Diana Hiiestis look over environmen- 
tal orL^ani/alion programs that they 
u ere able to sign up for at Earth Day, 
held in Slater Woods. 



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Sponsered hy the SMCs. Campus Muiisines. ECOS Aca- 
demic Aftairs. and Campus AcliMiies. tickerdStock was 
a day lull ol -music and mayhem that matter" ("lins Kiev. 
L\ndsie Nickel, and Michael Ell were |usi one ol the acts 
64 April 





Co C Alejandro Molina and 
Dana Malaguri dance a traditional 
folk dance of their 
countr\.Venezuela. There were 
many different performances at 
Festival of Cultures. 

.-^•^rr: ^c~ ^^'';, Eckerd Stu- 
dents pla_\ Volle\baIl on the Nu 
courts durint; EckerdStock 
EckerdStock brought out a lot of 
people to listen to great music 
play volleyball and frisbee 
and to ride the slip n' slide 



April 




ChzeSzl liignd. Francine, Valle^^:l. and 
\ .incssa, the representatives of Brazil, all pose 
Ini the camera. Some of these girls did adanee 
n.ili\e to their iiniiiclaiiii 

OOOO...AHHHH.. 

file crowd gathers around the stage to watch 
all the amazing performances by students froir 
the dilferent cuitines. There were so iiianv tal- 
ented groups that it was hard to pick a fa\orite 
The whole afternoon was filled with a lot ol 
dilferent food, languages, history, clothe 
dances, and much enjoyment. Eveiyone lefi 
Hough Quad feeling as if they had just visitet 
the variou.s countries that were represented. 



66 April 




Let's party! 

The last iiioupti 
P e r I o r ni . ^^ 
Trinidiid and 
Tobago, dressed 
up in authentic 
costumes and 
had a dance 
party on the 
stage for all to 
join. It was a 
great \\a\ to end 
the afternoon. 





Look out, it's the camera!! 

Looks as if some ol the Turkish group 
wasn't ready for their picture. Fevzi, Deni/C. 
Emrah. Verda. Ali. Emre. Belitsis. Tamer, 
and Murat showed off goods from their 
counlr\- 



It's easy, just do this... 

Prathna. Arjun. Pooja. Sumit. Sulekha. and 
Maryanne perform a native Indian dance. 
AH the beautiful costumes were 
authentic. This group was one of the major 
crowd pleasers of the festival. Between the 
dancing, the costumes, and the music, com- 
munity memebers really felt like as if they 
were visitini! India. 



Apiil 



67 



It's so hot 

Mi-;in sliiius ,.|| 
line of her ni.iiu 
beauitiil liins. 

Let's swingi 

C I arc .Chris 
Mendiih. and Lind- 
say show ntflllcll 
s « I n-j - d a n c i n li 




It's the cow 
sj 9 u y s ! 

The hi.jhhsjht of ihc 



^^m 'jT \^"'* show uas the Diilch 

"Ss^^ ->^ group ol Martin and 



Ward sinyiny in tlieir 
CDU eosuinics The\ 
/ Wore those eostunies 
all dav. 



It's Q crane! 

A Japanese student 
displays his talent of 
making origami. 
This, along with 
great lootl. captured 
the atlcnlion of all 
u ho came loe\peri- 
ciiee the |-esii\al of 
C'ulUires, 



hS April 












it's a Luau! Even an 
uthentic Hawaiian hula dance 
i-as performed at the festival. 
)uring their performance they 
ised handmade shakers to 
dd to the Hawaiian heat. 

Is this thing on? The 

lostess of the festival, Juanj 
nnounces the ne.xt group t 
ome and take the staizi. 



Api-ll 6y 




70 Mav 




EaiMl yiaiH yiaiMlS! ©aN«E THE INlDCiHT ^way SpOfLlSKIirS I'rcsnlent 

Rn\\d\ siiulciils chcci i>n Ihc Tlie hold uus pink, llie d.iiKc Haslnuin iii\l-s llie RdbL'il 

.iLl.iis ,il llic BiilKhil Ballcl. Ilimr was liiiyc. and Ihc loud A. Suuib UiMiiiguished 

Ihc hallcl was u donned hack was ama/iiiy The :0(): Teacher Award to Dr. Guy 

uiih^realcnlhusaisnianduas Spring Ball held at the Don Bradley at the 2002 com- 

dncnl ihc most popular excnls C'cSar was a big success ami niencement cermon\ held at 

thai happened on campus all a lot ol Inn Tropicana Field. 
year! 




Tupy 8Tru®yS5 We've maibe ot2 Vicki Gmtton 

It's tuuils time again and l'\ c\\ unc loi)k'> luit into llie sea of her fellow 

iseianiminginthelibraiA. The li- elassniates. with much happiness 

brarv made a good stud\ spot and a hint of sadness as she sa\s 

where students could work in her final goodbyes to the college 

groups and work alone m quiet. life and gets ready to go out into 
the real world. 



Mav 



71 




w.-H 



^i^Ye" Hosicd h> 
Ryan SiiiLLletun 'Ol and 
assisted hy Michael Ell, 
Hie 2002 Bullshit Ballet 
was we I c limed hack 
with great enthiisiasiii 
alter heme banned in 
2001. The show was a 
parody of The LnnI of 
thv Riiii^s. niakiiiL' Inn nf 
exerylhiiiL: on campus 
Irom the yuK in Alpha 
to Campus Sccui ii\. 
w ith the hero ol the sior\ 
being Annaiclh- 

Easlnian. played by Fat 
O'Flahcrtv. 



-fr-ex-e TTie-j 
Cpm.e ^(r "^^Vt 
rh^ Mj' The 
Hiaasen hobbits. 
David Hendricksoii 
and Malt Lukoff, 
along uiih the 
Omega Elf and 
Diido Baggins, 
played by Patil 
Chalkias and John 
Coleman, were the 
Annarelli-Eastman 
s 1 d e - k I c k 

"^p-f^A^' At an in- 
termission break 
the show Ricka 

Ensminger dances with the infamous bull. The Bull. 

played by Ganette Seiple. was a huge success m gcttin.a 

people pumped up' 



7: 



Mav 







-^ya, -per^s^... The 
\ illians of the show, the 
Security Guards (Jeff 
Bengt/en and Alex 
Danii). Mean Diller (Tun 
Sheridan), and the Face- 
less Creatures (John 
Barker and Brendon 
Penny ). attempt to rob 
Ecl\erd of its traditions. 




Mav 73 



Spring Sail 2002 



03^0 



03^0 



•DtMiec til you 
e a 11 ' t d ci n e c 
no more! Stu- 

denls ha\c tun 
getlin' down Uilhe 
music nil the 
daiiCL-ridui- Lalcr 
on lli.il niLihi, e\- 
eruinc LMi|n\ cd 
the end-Ill -ihe- 
year slide show 

Wbal a L-ulc 
e o LI p I c . . . 
Kathiyn Brown 
and Gareth Whit- 
ing take a break 
to gel some re- 
Iresliments and to 
rest iheir leet. 
The eaternig ser- 
vice at the Don 
CeSar was aniaz- 
ing. They had 
everything tVoin 
chocolate t'ondn 
In cheesecake. as 
well as punch and 
collee loilnnk 



74 



Mav 





>trikc a pose! Bridget Thornton, 
'lichelle Da\is. and Kris Bombard 
low kisses to the camera as 
hey get read\ to attend the 
pnng Ball. Many people got together 
lefore heading out to the library circle 
take the shuttle. 

DJrls night out Julie Legg, .Amanda 
iowey. Jeannie Hunter, and Dara Kern 
mile for the camera before heading out 
o the dance floor. 




tlcy there, .good lookin' 

.\m\ Johnson. Ian Dow. Jerenn 
Barcone. Chnstuia Rmg-Hillard. 
Laurel Nugent, Chanel Martin. 
Tiffany Pasco. Jonathan Welker. 
and Tara Sands pose for a picture 
at the Spnng Bal.l. which was held 
at the Don CeSar. 

Nighl on the lown Katie 
Morrison. Tom Hagood. Emily 
Reddy, Jeremy Holmes. Andrew 
Black. Jen Tamborski. Valerie 
McKinty. and Mike Dirks take a 
break from dancmg to get together 
for the camera. 



Ma> 



75 




~l(i Gradiialion 



Theyb&g-iynvivn^ of the end. Andrew Black 

gi\'Os the welcciniiny address, 

A Job- well- done- Meyan Hoist ieeei\ es the Ronald 
Wilson auaid troni I'lesidenl Hasinian 



A fecial place- jtn' cl- fecial' djxy 

I oi the rirst time, Tropieana Field played host to the Eekeid 
College Graduation ceremony. 





(graduation/ 

Scvturday, May 18,2002 



Vre^v\tiv\% the- chM^f of 

2002 HjppN.Miiilmi; faces ht up 
Tmpicana Field as the graduates pro- 
cessed in. Many families, friends, 
facult}. and staff were in attendance 
at the large arena making this gradu- 
atidii one to remember. 



Graduation 77 



Ifs offvCtol'l This 
L'ladiiate rccci\cs iier 
tliplonia troiii Piesidem 
Haxinian wilii a bis >:nii mi 



Mall Chambers, ihc PFL 
siiidcnl speaker aildresses 
Ihe erciud. 



It's Htch an 

JvO-nO-p' Judye Susan 
Riiss Walker '77 recie\es 
Ihe Honorary Degree from 
President Easliiian aiul 
Dean Cliapiii. 




ECKERD Q 



7S Giaduation 



"Tuifie tcr sivil otwcty. Th'CLyvhs, foi 

eve4ything^" S.ilh HoIi presems Presidem Eastman wit! 
a liiiLi and the class yifl - a model ship. 

Oyxe la-itg^rOtip shot \\ithteai> e\esandtineertaii 

looks, ilie yradiiales staiiil loijeliier for llie last time belon 

.■essiiiL; (Hit ol Tropicana Field and into the world 

Con-ralulalioiis. class of 2(11)2'! 




Gradualion 



Seniors 

£cavin^ tfieir 
marfi... 





Katherine Court 

Einironmenial Studies 

SO Seniors 



Justin Clotty 
Cheniistr\ 





Erin Anderson 
Environmental Studies 



Alona Ayer-Ziegler 
Visual Arts 



Iwf^'M-rf 



Stephanie Belanger 
Marine Science 




Anne Davis Kat> Deegan 

Psychok)g\ Inlcrnational Relations/Global AtTair 



Derek Dion 
Manaiienient 




Abby Berenbak 
FiniRininental Studies 




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Monica Drain 
Sociology 




Janice Bluinenthai 
Marine Science 



Tiieresia Buciihol/ 
Hn\ ironmenlal Studies 



Henry BimoLighs 
Computer Science 






Jennifer Collier 




Marine Science 




llfl ^IV. 'S* W)- 




. h 


\ 


^Uo^:<^^MMi 



Michael HI I 
International Busnies 



Bethany Elliott 
International Business 



Ashley Finger 
Marine Science 



Jessica Flanigin 
Environmental Studies 



Senior:- 






„*pr" 







Michael Garrison 
Psychology 



Lisa Gerondale 
Pohtical Science 



Cara Graham 
Human Development 



Jessica Green 
Creati\e Writint 



William "Hank" Green 
Biochemislix 




Julie Lockard 
Psychology 



Melissa Lucking 
Biology 



Heather Mason-Suares 
Biology 



Marty McHenry 
Biology 



Kimberlee Mortimer 
Visual Arts 



82 Seniors 




Lyndie Hice 
Marine Science 



Michael Myers 
Ps\cholo2\ 



f^^> 



James KakouUis 
Chemistry 




Shannon N'Lilpli 
Marine Science 




Contina Kemp 
Visual Arts 



Jennifer Kingsley 
Human Development 





Patrick O" Flaherty 
Manasiement 



Kristine Olson 
International Business 



Kristen Lipscomb 
Biolosiv 




Inigo Orbaneja 
Marine Science 



Seniors 



7" 

6 f ^ 


:i 


:• 1 " 


— 







Vanessa Pa\ iglaiiiti 
Psvcholoiiv 



Erin Tolling 
Political Science 




Jaya Pnnjwani 
Inlernalional Hnsiness 



Natasha Schnitker 
Marine Science 



Michael Scotti 
Environmental Studies 



Decorah Valier 
Hnnian Development 



'/' 



Garvin Sealy 
Visual Arts 




Eric VichicI" 
Enxironmental Studies 



S4 Senior^ 



» 






T ^ 



Garrett Seiple 
Creatix e W'ritins 



M 



f 



Corey W ilkinson 
Env ironmental Studies 



I 



, "S— 



i 



Tim Sheridan 
American Studies 




Racliel Smith 

International Relations/ 

Global Affan-s 





Vieoria Baker 
Professor of Anthropolog) 



Michael Flaherty 
Professor of Sociology 



Jennifer Stafford 
Spanish 




Lesley Steinman 
Marine Science 




,««!* ie^~ 



_i_ 



Richard Hallin 
Dean of Admissions 



Clare Stiles 

Professor of Human 

Dexelopment 

Seniors 85 




Oicsidcnt^ of Ljcrshwin ■Moil^c: Nahil .Suleiiiaii. Charles l.uchsinger 
Daniel Peters, Eric Veilcli, Jimathiui Clements. Nicholas Tawa. Ethar 
Shelley, Nichil Demenezes Braganca, Brad Fountain, Justni Smith, Joe) 
Eskay. Justin Long, Matt Skomasa. Ryan McLaughlin, Ryan Hughes, 
Parker Hill, Stephanie Hazlett, Kris Bombard, Anna Sattler. Dian; 
Mangone, Bridget Thornton. A\nl Warren, Katie Bernhard, Michelle 
Davis, Madeline Franco. Caitlin Dunham, Kate Kncppcr, Sarah Frame 
(RA), Ca\il>n Reown. I-Jiima Piiiaiill. Chelsea Harrison and Aiidro 
Vaui;h 



■J\i-MdcnL^ oJ\jandimou.<c: Heather Hickson, Jessica Kulick, Christina 
Bulley, Ashley Fowler, Chiquita Brooks. Sarah Bunis, Stephanie Wi.se, 
Ashley Parsons. Jessica James. Amanda Michels, Janice Blumenthal, 
llissa Dubinsky, Lauren Cunningham, Jennifer Collier, Allison 
loskoMch, gina For.selius, Kathr>n Murphy, Francine Balbina, Sindy 
ClianioiTo, Jenny Coleman, Sulekha Tunnnala, Claire Barratt, Ashley 
Knsc Cnuild. Angela .Micmiec, Lynnea De Haan, Laura McCarthy 
Belhan> Llliot, Coie\ Wilkinson (RA), Kimberlee Mortimer, Rachel 
l'a\iie. lon\a Woniack, and ShelK Kohus 



'.l\L\<idctUs oj 'MU'l 'Mouse: ]mw^ Ta\ lor. Jon Campeau, Christoph Krey; 
K\ le T.iiulell, Case\ Wescmen. Patrick Surher. Alejandro Molina. Anto-: 
nio \ i\.is. Weston Babelay. Anthony Menendez, Stephen Tucci, Matt 
I ichenheis. Philip Da\ is, Magnus Franklin, Brad Kaschner, Melissa Ann 
Norw ick, Kami Cumnnngs, Lucy Watkinsm Robyn Fucci, Kate Hantord, 
I.iik1s.i\ Wininngham, Kalcl\n Berger, Stephanie Mitchell, Felicia 
I clmn, Xalerie McKint>. Rebecca Thomas, Brandi Pringle (RA), 
Michelle kenis. Manila lagan, Lindsay Foster, and Jeiiniler Conner 

'-KcsidcnL< of Tmsch'MoiL<c: Cynthia GutieiTez-Parajon. Meghan Haiper. 
Lindsa> Gerkens. Heather Shonk. Lourdes Martinez, Jessica Chuatal, 
Melanie Boucher. Knstina Coppinger, Erica Fronterath, Laura Borecki. 
Knsiin ()li\ei, Tara Bates. Namrata Patel, Adriana Bolero, Meghan 
Marino, Khadila Bennani, Morjana El Alaoui, Himanshu Kapur, Josh 
Shapiro. Richard Gaglinano, Kamal Berrada, Kenil \'oia. \ishal Suchak, 
Nirav Shah, Theodosis Landas, Josh Greenfield. Jonathan Welker, John 
Dicdrich (RA), Jerem\ Raintiec. Tristan Hol\oke, Andres DeArinas, 
and Cameron Lilpcrl 



SA Dorm 




"~^ ' '4-- ^ ^ , / ' '^- Jill 



Qersfizvin !}{ouse 



Qandi House 




MittOiouse 



Trascfi !House 



Dorms 87 






111 ft rcla\incj... hll 
La\ery mIs in the hail iii 
Dante. Siiidcnls .ilieii 
hang out m the haIN; 
they're a L'lvat place hisii 
and talk. pla> lay. ha\e 
'-i.liin'l yini lights, (ire\en 
liekic wars 

Studij jjroup! Nuelic 
VVilliain.s, Logan Eisler. 
.Meredith Oppegard. and 
III lie Legg study together 

111 Ihe d(i\\ nsiairs Iniinge 
ol Dante 





Ll(csidcnts oj ■naru'in iHousc: Page Spiess. Abigail Wright. Mathis 
Hodge. Krisiiiia Kirk, .len Herman. Alexandra Millner. Chelsey Pok'ar 
Ashley Lrbanski. ,len Ortiz. Katherine Munay. Devon Sailia. Melanie 
VVils.ui. .laiiiaica Fredericks. Robert Taut. Loui.s Sanderson. Brad 
Skillnian. Aron Rose. David Olson. Ed McLaughlin. Christian Pankow 
Pradip Ananda. Mat Potter. Wilhani Starke, .loseph Torok. Ian Meares 
(RAl. Logan Miller. Matthew Mcdeiros. and Dan Fanelli 

%--/i/iv;t.s- ofPantc iHousc: .lulie Legg. Meiedith Oppegard. Noelle 
Wilhaiiis. Shilah Hipps. Yuri Yaniashita. Jill Lavery. Darlene Saindon, 
Lindsay Flanagan. Katherine Wind. Ai Kawazoe. Logan Eisler. Kim 
Moure. Michelle Chezeni. Ryan Morgan. Dominic Borello. Stetan 
Malizia, Matt Norden. Justin Rneia. Howard Miller. Jeffrey Ottmann, 
Chri,stopher Stodard. Borko Aniulic. Javier Reyes, Seawall Byrd, Corey 
Peloquin (RAl, Seth .Scott, R.m Porter, and Shawn Topper 

■-Residents of ■Benedict iHouse: John Banks. Neru) Eduardo PeiTera, 
Owen Osborne. John Woods. Ariel Rodrigues, Joe Legrew, Svetoslav 
Spasov. Thomas Bauman, Patrick OTlaheny, Marcos Machado, Marconi 
Machado, Jeremy Bracone. Gordon Be\ ille. Per Haugland. Kevin Kohler. 
Brendan Esons. Matthew Rogers. Laura Brewster. Mary Kate Keenan, 
Kelly Serrano, Pamela L'nterreincr. Andrea Luedecker, Cassandra 
Followell. Justine Liepkalns. .\icole Huebcnci. KelK Mohr. Kristin Gay, 
Adrian Whicker. L\ ndsie Nickel ( RA ). Tessa Haiibei l-. Anaela Bussiere 
and Mclanie Ncal 

■-ReMdents of 'Kennedij [House: Scth Tremble, Ryan Fitzgerald, Greg 
Noouan. Robert 'I'urglich. Matthew O-Reilly, Edward Regan, Matthew 
Warrick. Thomas Wessels. Andrew Goranson. Matt Poplaski, Matt 
Hardinge, John Lawler, Soterios Loizides, Dustin Malcolm, Deke Hebb 
Cara Kincaid, Lauren StrLinciiis, Melissa Kozak, Blythe Sadler, Stacey 
Racico. Sara Wilhelni. Amanda Wolfe, Lora Urgaris, Rebekah Duncan, 
Frm Ei\en,Talin Hitik. Jessica E\\ ing (RA), Alley Laman, Alison Pino, 
and Christine Hansen 



S8 Donns 




(Darivin 9iouse 



'Dante House 




Benedict House 



%enmdxj House 



Dorms 89 




Leaiskiino C 



'.>^\<idcnts oj l\cu'tori :Moiisc: Karen laichka. Caii> Bcrdinc. Jcnnife 
Martin. Jessica Reich. Maunie Bieustei. Lacie Walters. Sarah Haidj 
Sarah Garcia. Tanxa Viikohralm ich. Liezaheth Rodriguez. Tittan' 
Pahner, Sarah Burek, Meghan Hackett. Nicholas Byrd, Eric Fernandez 
Taylor Smith, Sean iVIui-phy. .lordan Turner. John Ford. Charles Hoisle} 
Carson Turowski. Leonardo Marline/, Ted Fletcher. Jordan Gieselinan 
Pal Niiiienl iRAi, Ciaig Alheriia/. William H\eis. and John ^oll^g. 

'Residents of [Freeman ■.House: Meghan Carne\. Sarah Carnej 
Cherylanne Kirschenheiter. Melissa Kirsehenheiter. Taniara Grindle 
Lindsey Phelps. Margaret Brownell. Ayumi Gunaratnani. Delane; 
Menell. Anne Slingluff, Meghan OToole. Jennifer Zubek. AishaQuinn 
Christina Freseman. Joanna Hardin. Meeghan Casey, Brian Gold. Briai 
Cush. Liam Duffy. Adam Campo. Scott Roedersheimer. Andre Mittag 
Brian Coughlin. Samuel De\ito. Dua\ne Smith. Joshua NaJam 
Winnick. Jason L^lstad. Lesici Ciiaiig Fong (RAl. M.iik Mueller, am 
.Michael Gallagher, 

'J^'Sidenlf oj •.'\>lo,y^:House: Tyler Klaskou, .Vlaarten \on Schniid au 
Alte. Juliana Richardson. Shinya Takeda, Anibar Rao, Haresh Nagarajan 
Samuelson Kirupakar. Morgan Orender, Eric Cane,strari. Corhii 
Sponholi/, Patrick. Boidieri, ncrek l.itke. Faiz Memon. Suniit Rathod 
Ashok Misir\, Tasha Lailei. Jessica McLuckie. Kari Reasner. Laure 
Ungcr. Jenniler Falcioni. Courtne\ Jackson. Emil\ King. Karet 
Pickering. Susan Haseltine.Theresia Buchholz (RAl. Meriam Senoussi 
Elisabeth Leekley. and Maria Sane/, 

%</(/t7//.'.- ('/ iVilson ■House: John Sherlock. Indalecio Oiozco. Scot 
Sehor. Arnold HcnrR|ue/. Guillernio Gasperi. Julio Ortiz, Bruce Easoni 
Cle\on Dunbar. Peter .Akinlola. Christopher Smith. Shanawa;i 
Chandiwala. Charles Bryant. Andre Steele, Aabid Shaikh, Nina Scall 
Melissa Stronipolis. Courtney Fentress, Peggy O'Neil, Shery Okun, Kell; 
Smith. Julia lluddleslon. Kelly Fl\ nn, Aiiiiee McLean. Zcna Da\ is (RA) 
Sarah Pelrcc, C.irohn HnghiiKl, Caighllain RichniniKl. am! .Amandi 
Donnell. 



90 



Doiiiis 




1i 

'Xezvton House 



{ /a 

Jreeman Oiouse 




9(no?c!House 



%H[son House 



Ddi-ms 9 1 



(.jathcrinij pnn>motLs l.aiira 
Bic\\stcr and Anne Cooley 
lelLirn Ironi tlic cafe with t'lmd 
lo hold (ift those "midniyht 
nuinehies." 

Cliecrs! Seott Boney, Jessica 
iJePietro. Anne Cooley. Erie 
-Big E" Sehilling, Colleen 
Carroll. Jessica Loving. Chris 
Campos. Laura Brewster, and 
Joel Hairis spend another 
perfect Florida night hanging 
out together in the Delia 
Complex courtyard. 




Florins 




'.Residents oj Ibfcn '.House: Conine Thompson. Penine Mouterde. M;ir 
Marlin. Lauren Herman, Ingnd Anderson, Anja Sinderman. Lis; 
IVddicord. Julie Turt. Erin Cayce, Christina Guran. Natalie Bicknell 
Meg Calvert. Catnona Graham, Dunja Busic. Anne Cavazuti, Pharthn: 
Singh, Tiffany Pasco, Gina Skurka, Laurel Nugent, Shannon Liedquist 
Jennifer Pollard. Deana Tomasello. Dana Schwab. Alicia Slaughter 
Denise Riitlan. Yolanda Nunes (RA), Saki Eniura, Roshan Eddy. Chris 
line Hemsohn. and Christine Rmg-Hillard 

•-KfSliicnts oj jamcs iHcuic: Benjamni Berger. Nicholas Murray. Kevir 
Cleveland. Roy Davis. Shannon Coutinho. Scott Boney. Michael Petsas 
Nathan Schlieman, Anthony Washington. Travis Washburn. Roben 
Fleming, William Moehrke. Alexander Borsody, Chetiya "Kavinda' 
Dasanayake. Sean Tennant. RaeAnn Alt. Sandra Colby. Elizabeth Baxter 
Melissa DeGeorge. Elise Marquis. Colleen Carroll. Vicki Grafton, Jes- 
sica Loving. Elizabeth Miller. Becky Day (RA). Tekey.ser Moore. 
Rebecca Callaway. Rachel Nohlgren. and Blanca Garcia 

'Jycsidcnts of CopLeijlHousc: Justin Bryer. Jason Wishin. Mallhcw Lan- 
sing. Matt Bevilaqua. Antti Kiviluoto. Leif Patterson. William Rosenthal. 
Andrew Omisby. Chris Schmitt, Pete Medina, Jacob Hess, Ben Brashear, 
Drew Deppen, Paul Mayer, Corey Kleppinar, Kenneth Baron, Robin 
Gauvreau, Melissa Bradley, Abby Greenwell, Jamie Curtis, Julie Fromm, 
Sara Petrosky, Lauren Farrell, Kyoko Ishizaki. Amy Puetmann, Samantha 
Wankowski, Brandy Ingram (RA), Sara Ro,senblatt, Margaret Westbrook, 
and Nicole Virgin 

■J\csidcnts of 'Bcrl^lcij iHousc: Amy Woods. Sarah Mattice. Andrea 
Hrausquin. Emily Kesler, Paige Simmons. April Cudzilo. Ashlev Bleser. 
Kathleen Tripp, Juana Carvajalino, Vanessa Olivares. Anne Cooley, 
Rebecca Hodgins. Rachel Lyie. Jessica DiPietro, Elizabeth Powell. Elizi 
bcth Mount. Eric Schilling. Christopher Campos. Flamur Bytyqi. Jc 
Eraser. Andrew Daugherty. Bojan Aleksic. Andreas Wollny. Brian Watts. 
Ward Italianer. Emre Gedik. Scott Graham { RA), Winston Bibee, Emrah 
Dcniir, and Greg Jenssen 




Cop fey Oiouse 



^erkteij 'House 



Dorms 93 




%s-;(/fnts of 'Bccc/wriHouse: Kris Olds. Jonathan Tuthill. Carlos Mai 
tin (.id Canipo. Phillip Kallenbach. Andrew Richards. Alexander .lone< 
Brandon Owen. Michael Fedder, David Moceri. Jay Aresty. Andre\ 
Dawson. Alexander Brown. Stephen Aitchenson, Joel Schad. Garvii 
Sealy. Jill Braly. Erin Stanion. Helena McMonagle. Heidi Chriest. Car 
Russo. Jacaquelme Kells, Krista Gates, Rachael Thompson. Emil' 
Reddy. Jacqueline SeeheiL^er. Angela Guyadeen (RA). Courtlyn Craniei 
Melanie InL'iani. .Sliaiina Re\c>. and .Spring Ellison 

'.'(evident': of 'Blalydi/ 'Mouse: Samantlia Wood. Jonna Tower. Hannal 
McVety. Mary Morrison. Christina Home. Safiya Sawney. Jessici 
Swanson, Kiniberley Trask. Maddy Eustis. Rebecca Moser. Marare 
Pounds. Sara Ostenkamp. Ericka Ensmiger. Gracson Morris. Briar 
Cooke. Andy Cameron. Kyle Hayes. Ryan McCormick. Otto Johnston 
Ke\in Lxons. Ahmed Rneia. ^asir Karim. Jeremy Rawson. Kendriel 
Wilson (RA). Ziaie Brown, Nick Kramarczuk. and Miguel Lope/. 

•-Residents of ■naltoii ■.House: Andrew Reiter. Eric Fena/. AHen Doggett 
Aaron Alper. Jason Desatnik. Najd Stanbouli. Shawn Manafbrt. 
Douglas Schneider. Brian Blake-Colhns. Martin Brown. Brian Barnes. 
Anthony Sideris. William Bastan. Robert Servis. Matthew Hansen. Dan 
Niebler. Merrit McLean. Ann Johnson. Tara Sands. Nicole Allard. Jen 
Flannery. Courtney Smith. Rebecca Robidoux. Meredith Cook. Jennifei 
Ritlei. Bienda Mclaughlin. Ruth Reid. Gma Alihcrli. Lindsc\ Kraat? 
(RAl. Amanda Howe\. Shannon Nulph 

■J{esuients of ■Doutilas mouse: Bobb> Clark. Jason Hibxan. ,\Iarc Stern. 
Iker Zabal/a, Michael Fonistall. Jonathan Jorgens.son. Josh Orphanidv.s, 
Danladi Graham. Nick Litrenta. Pedro Jarquin. Louis McMillen. Mike 
Schocnt'eld. Joe McGrath. Michael Roess. Elizabeth Shannon. An 
Doherty. Kelli Case. Hillary Busb\. Erin Kan. Magda Gross. Brianna 
Hallctt. Bridget Keele. Monica Drain. Ashley Terwilliger. Julie Baptiste. 
Jcnna LoDico (RA), Nyomic Prashad. and Gracie Rowland-Dunn 



94 D 




^eecfier 9{oiLse 



'Bfakifey 9{oiise 




Tiou^fas Oioiise 



'Dafton House 



Dorms 95 



Lcttin ' the creative 
juices fiow liics lYussi 




'-Residents of Scott iHoiViC: Christine Berg. Shannon Wisener, Beck' 
Turley, Kristin Mueller. Karla Pederson. Kelly Dungan. Antonia Palaco 
Mary Carnal, Jaime Parcell. Jessica Green. Carola Hashrup, Su/anm 
Carlson. Brianne Rhodus. Kari Thomas. Sarah Hoffman. Dave Adams 
Mat! Bohulsky. Da\ id Kane. Elliott Hardy. Jonathan Mulshenock. Ale; 
Wallace. Michael S/ilagyi. Jabez Hammond. Syed Rahman. Dus 
H.ipkms (RAi. Richard Brunette. Ryan Bahn. and David Clark-Josept: 

•-Kesidcntf of Morns ■House: Adrian Holmes. Jereni> Holmes. Sear 
Burton. Peter Zdiojcw ski. Adrian Steu art. Michael Miller. Joel Brunger 
Francis Galdo. Ryan Chodnicki. Daniel Carney. Bret Sachter. Ta\loi 
Phillips. Thomas Lendrihas (RA). Kevin Hansen. John Kircher. Lanct 
Miishei, Paula Schutte. Maria Garcia. Jessica Reinhardt. Alexandr: 
Ko\al, Elizabeth Schaefer. Samantha Goresh. Anne Holth. Sarah 
Wcathcrhee, Erm Swift, Carey Whitaker. Elizabeth Nagorski. Ambei 
Morgan. Jacklyn Baiiingardner. Sara Beil, and Elspeth Spransy 

■-Residents of Obertj ■House: Matthew Gajdos, Aaron Guile, Jeremy 
Chapman. Thomas Webster, Tory O" Byrne, Matt Petterman, Marcc 
Cortina, Rivelino Thomas, Derek Sawyer, Nicolas Rapkoch. Petei 
Rubolotta, Ryan Lynch, Douglas Borgman. Jose Rene Arauz, Anthony 
I'adula. Brendan McCluskey, Jessica Wagner Jessica Lydon, Marlene 
(liraud, Emily White, Celine Ekels, Stephani Norwood. Laura Dante, 
Laiiien Swauson. Jamie Allen. Kim Heater Elizabeth Penv and Dawn 
DcloiRAl 

^Residents of Leuj/iton :House: Heather Usle, Nicole Gauvin, Delila 
CJrtiz-Bacon, Martha Dc\ lin, Catherine Reed, Ruth Lowe. Enca Leitlieii 
Erin Johnson. Stephanie Sheridan. Kristin Sweeting. Tro\ Frazier. Gwen 
Stokes. Noelle Burmeister Teresa Lucas. Helen Eggen, Pooja Sarnia, 
Kate Chisholm, Alejandro Cadcnas. Johannes Wurzer. Theo Gushing, 
Nicholas Arakawa, Pavel Kunes, Garrett Seiple, Michael Insalaco. Jo- 
seph Ananno. Robert Chase Jr. Ale\ander Jacobs, David White, James 
Williams (RA), Ryan Wade, Eric Taxes. Per Hultman-Boye, and Jonas 
W'Lnver 




Scott Oiouse 



9{p Tfioto Available jor 'Morris "House 




Oberg House 



Leighton House 



Dorms 97 



98 




Ljintc/ia! Hnca CraiL' 
looks sLirpi iscd as the 
camera caught her in the 
act of eating the delicious 
food at one of the Zeta 
Complex BBQ\, 



Residents o_f>(iaasen House: Jen Taylor. Chelsea Ross. Laura Whitman. 
Jess Wofsey, Kim Gibbons, Abby Melker, Stephanie McCombs. Megan 
i;hlcrs. ,Ashle\ Shaw. Knsten Mitchell. Samantha Andress. Dawn Koppes. 
Clnisiinc Snnu. Joy Burke. Curly Smith. Brian Ulf. Tom Haslett. Paulj 
Higgins. Joe Hochadel. Andy Buhrlage. Joel Voss. Sharod McCree.j 
William Gascoyne. Jesse Ruffo. Matt Peterman. Andrew Lampert (RA). 
Ahduliiadi .Ai-Ha|ri. Mansoor Al-Hajri. and Joseph Lieser 

LRcsiiicnts of iHubbard 'Mouse: John .Nikolic. Chris Brooks. Courtney 
Guerra. Alex Tomea. Michael Poner. Tom Weadock. Atunaisa Raiyawa. 
Stephen Johnston, Ashley Ludwig. Benjamin Brainerd. Angelo Letsos. 
Michael Rumaker. Ryan Blanchaid. Wesley McCabe. Cristi Pari. Jen 
Schandelmayer. Abigail Brewer. Jamie Thompson, Tegan Foster-Shutt. 
Kristina Lemon. Catherine Abel. Maryann Palermo, Sarah Kingsley, 
Melissa Ratcliff. Jessica Am.schl-Meiris (RA). Jen Bodden-Evans. Terill 
Hollueg. Kell\ Dexter, and Emily Morganstein 

•Jlesidents oj iHcnderson iHouse: Kathryn Brown. Robin Kreisberg. 
Danelle Stisser. Nicole Jones. Christina Nescio. Kendell Kuestner. Meg 
Heinz, Cassi Suntken, Jennifer Kingsley. .Alisa Mazzocchi, Stefanie 
Langton, Shawna Kramer, Emily Green. Jasmine Wilt, Laurel Eggers. 
Kelly Gazdayka. Andy Payne. Brent Boh.mnon. Peter Hinga. Nickolas 
Bianchi. Chris Peck. Jason Spencer. Ah Batur. Brad Klenient. Teny 
Work man. K\ le Craig. Eric Ford (RA), Ryan Colantuano, Mark Mussett, 
Brad Laurasun, and R\an Hemphill 

'-Residents of 'Jyirby Mouse: Jonathan Wilson, Gabriel LiSaunders, 
Jonathan Bralko, Aran Johnson, Garrette James, Chester Witueki. Rate 
anks. Matt Garrett. Alexandre Borges. Fahad Al-Hajn. Marcus Cavelius. 
Brian Stapf, Kim Godfrey. Colleen Ramsey. Lynn Jacobsen, Lisa Ippoliti, 
Lindsay Sivard, Sahrina Edmonston, Suzy Ferguson, Knsten Cinnani, 
IVlit Gorker. Jamie Bobb. Elisha Sullivan (RA ). Annie Kane, and Bnanna 
iiren 



Dorm 




Oiiaastn "House 



%irbij Oiouse 



I 





Hubbard 9-[oiise 



Henderson House 



Dorms 99 



WlHIAT P©i$ flir ITABCiy 




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A M W 



iR 1^ S ! 



100 Sports 




Some players are new. Some players are 
old. Some have been in the game foryears. 
Others are trying to still perfect their game. 
No matter who they are or where they 
come from, they now become part of the 
whole. There is no longer big "I" and little 
"you." What one brings to the game is dif- 
ferent from the other. From the beginning 
of the season to the end, from the ups, to 
the downs, from the wins to the loses, the 
players may change, but the game will al- 
ways be the same. 



Df'8 aLt ABOUT THi FANS.,,, Fans of all ages come out to support the man> sports 
teams of Eckerd College. The great enthusium the crowds provide the players \\ ith lots 
of support and encouragement, which helps their performance. 




Sports 



101 



Men's Soccer 




Men's Soccer Team Front R<w iL w K) MiU- Claylmi. Aik1il-\\ Ma. Michael Porter, Sean Miller. Brian Feyes. 
Stephen Jaeaer. K_\ le Craig. Said Onehakou. Modestci Sai/iii Mareos Maehado. Gareth Whitmg, Bojan Aleksic. 
Coach Jim DiNobile. Back Row (L to Rl: Terry Workman. Marconi Maehado. Charles Brooks. Ryan Argo. 
Andreas Wollny. Georgi Minchev. Jeremy Ckibb, Ale,\ Brown. Krisjans Streips. Frank Bergren. And> Dawson. 
Josh ()iphanKl\s. Jason Dennist<in. 



Sports 




S phni iL Andicas Wollny battles ti\e defenders as he tries t 
11 11 I ih I 11 I \n th ticH t r th Tiiti n 




Captain Frank Bergren au aits \\ ith the captain of the other team 
and the olticials to see the results of the coin toss. 



Freshman Defender Andy Dawson takes the ball 
down field with two teammates lookma on. 




Score Board 



Oppiment 



Us Them 



Northvvood Uni\ ersit\ 


4 


1 


Warner Southern College 








Morehouse College 








Webber College 


3 


4 


Florida Southern College 


-I 


1 


Nova Southeastern Universit\ 


2 


3 


Saint Leo University 


1 


1 


Clearwater Christian College 


5 





Rollins College 


3 


s 


West Texas University 


1 


4 


Rowan College 


1 


1 


University of Tampa 


1 


T 


Palm Beach Atlantic College 


-) 


3 


Lynn Lhiiversity 





6 


Ban-y Universit\' 





3 


Florida Institute of Technology 


1 






Sophomore. .Mike t"la\ Ion. runs dou n 
the line of players slappnig hands with 
everyone as a pregame warm-up tra- 
dition. Eckerd teams are known for 
their encouraging and welcoming na- 
ture 



Nice Season Guys! 



Sports 



Good 
Season 
Girls!!! 



Kn^ten Brantk'\ yoe^. 
after llic ball ihal was 
punted into pla>. The 
look of detemiinatinn 
till her face says ih it 
she Is going to get the 
ball and 'jel a -oal. 




Cad\ Dolan. in 
trol ol the bal 
ready to pass to 
her teaniniales 



Sophmore. Forward. Johanna 
W'llborg and Junior. Midfielder, 
Cady Dolan watch as Dawn 
Delo fights for the ball. Looks 
as if she could score at any 



Freshman. Stephanie Langton. 
Senior Robyn Steinweg. and 
.Sophmore Johanna Wilborg 
run back to center feild as they 
wait for the other team's goalie 
to throw the ball back into play 
so that they can continue to 
play their hardest. 



•^^--irz^ 



104 .Sports 



Women's Soccer 




From Row (L-R 
Stisser. 2nd Row 
Cassie Suntken, 
FohannaWiborg. 
lenny Swenson. 



): Kristen Brantley. Lori Rich. Meghan Kehiie. Monica Carrasco. Jessica Adams. Stetanie Langton. Janel 
'.• Shawna Kramer. Jessica Burns, Becky Harrison, Kathy Atkins. .Samantha Wood. Cady Dolan. Niki Jones. 
Calista Wetherhee. 3rd Row: Shenan Moseichik, Dawn Delo, Andrea Drlicka. Sahrina Stein. Brooke Lacey. 
, Katie Hoch. Megan Heintz. Jen Stone. Bock Row: Coach Siggi Nagele, Rohyn Steinweg. Stephanie Schwohe. 
Jane Bvcrs. Andrea Mataraz/o. 



Score Board 



Opponent Us Them 



Southern Connecticut State 2 

Central Oklahoma 3 

Belmont Abbey I 

PfeitTer Univei-sity 1 

Florida Southern College 4 

University of North Florida 

Rollins College 4 

Warner Southern College 3 

Saint Leo University 3 

University of Tampa 1 

Saint Thomas University 1 

Bei-ry College 

Lynn University 1 

Barry University 

Palm Beach Atlantic College 2 

Nova Southeastern University 3 



Sports 




Women's Vollevball Teaiii hr,»it Row . 
Assistant Coach Dustin Beres. Head 
Coach Hollie Miller, Amanda Donnell. 
Kelly Jackson, Assistant Coach Sandra 
Campanella. Bock Run: Michelle 
Denius, Emily King. Kelly Street, Sohni 
Epp, DeanaTomasello, Courtney Kelly, 
Tina Lanibropoulos. Enn .lohnson. 
Christy Btincik, Jennifer Pollard. 
Samantha Hawk, Delancy Menell. 

Women's 
Volleyball 

106 Sports 



Golf 



Men'.s Golf Team 

Bobby Yurglich, 
Haresh Nagarajan. 
Greg Noonan, T.J. 
White IV, Coach Jim 
DePeii. Scott Boney. 
Not Pictured: Joaquiu 
DcTercsa. 



Scci 

Vi.ll, 



^ ball Team 



Nil Mil 



i I A V" W-V 



Opponent 


S( 

Us 


:o 

Th 


Leos Mcrae 


3 


(1 


U.SC Spartanburg 


2 


3 


Tusciiluni 


3 


1 


LLSC Aiken 


3 


1 


Flagler College 


1 


3 


Cedarvill University 


3 


1 


Webber College 


3 





Warner .Southern 


3 





Florida Tech 


3 





Cle.uwaterChnsliaii 


3 


(1 


Benlley College 


3 


1 


New York Tech 


3 


1 


New Haven College 





3 


Mercy College 


2 


3 


Wabber College 


3 





Cornell College 


3 


(1 


Lvnn Universitv 


3 


1 



oard 

(.)pponent 


Us 


Then 


Barry L'ni\ersily 


2 


3 


L!]ii\ersit\ ot Tampa 





3 


Lenoi-Rh\ne 


3 





Wingate 


3 





Clearwater Christian 


3 





Rollins College 


3 


1 


Saint Leo University 


2 


3 


Florida Southern College 


1 


3 


Rollins College 


3 





Florida Tech 


3 


1 


Madonna University 


3 


2 


BaiTy University 





3 


Lynn University 


3 


2 


University of Tampa 





3 


Florida Southern College 


3 


2 


Saint Leo L'mversity 


3 






Score Board 



Opponent 



Placed Teams 



Tampa ln\ ite -t "^ 

Alisa N4azzocchi 12th out of 45 runners 
Disney Invite -2 30 

Alisa Mazzocchi 44th out of 226 runners 
Moccusin In\ ite 4 7 

Alisa Mazzocchi 9th out of 41 runners 
Sunshine State Conference Meet 4 6 

Alisa Mazzocchi 14th place over all 
Regional Meet 13 21 

Valarie McKints 69th place over all 





\\()men"s Cross Country 
Team Fimit Riw. Megan 
Horsi. Jackie Kelly. 
Coach Ra\ Wunderlich. 
Melanie Brady. Buck 
Row: Alisa Ma/zocchi. 
Gina Aliberti. Anna 
Sattler. Jessica Ackei-man. 
Valarie McKint\'. 

The TntoiT. prouJK sport iheir 
Sunshine State Conferenee 



Cross 
Country 



MMM... Carbs! The women s 
eross coLinliN team, Coach Ray 
Wunderlich. .-Xhsa Mazzocchi. Melanie 
Brady. Megan Horst. Anna 
S.ittler.Jackie Kelly, and Valerie 
McKinty smile for a picture at a 
prenieet dumer 

Women's and Men's Cross 
Country Team Front Row: 
Megan Horst. Jason Nickalus. 
Valarie McKinty. Melanie 
Brady, Mike Dirks. Back Row: 
Gina Aliberti. Alisa Mazzocchi. 
Joe Stroh. Jackie Kelly. Thco 
Gushing. Jessica .Ackerman. 
.Anna Sattler. Coach Ray 
W'tnidcrlich. 




Spoils 107 



D\v;iyiie Smith make^ his shoi past a Sparlan plaxcr as Ihc chL-or- 
leaderswalch uilh bailed breath Icirthe ball lo.jn inlothc h..,.p The 
basketball team L!..t a lot orencduraijemeiil In.m the iiimibeis iii the 
stands as uell as the eheeiieadeis at e\L]\ iiiie 





/■■/v.//;A',Mi (/./,,«) Assifoaeli Br\an Caluski. Chris Smith, Sharnid MeCree watches a 
CVi-win Thompscin. Andy Ormsby, Jonas Wefnqviist. Peter with his shot. MeC'ree was ; 
Akintola. Steve Albany. Head Coach Tom Ryan. SccmJ Ron helping the team yet to a 2 1 
(A ic R): Manager. Michael Rodriguez. Andrew Richards. 
Lesier Chang-Fong. Anthony Washington. Morgan Orendei. 
Per Hultman-boye. Assislant Floyd Watkins. Back Row {Lto 
R): Sharrod McCree. Brian .Stapf. Dwavne Smith. Kendrick 
Wilson. 



. he lollows through 
top shooter this year 
7 record this \ear. 



Men's Basketball S 



MIS .Sports 





Pi 


■ 


■^ '^^m^^^M 1 


P^ 


H 




N 


"^-r-i ,rin^ 




Morizaii Oicndcr takes on 
three Kniylits deteiiders to 
veoie t\\ o points as his 
teammates look on. 

ShaiTod MeCree blocks his 
Lvnn defender and makes 
his \\a\ to the hoop in 
hopes of seoriiig a basket. 



Dvvayne Tiny' Smith 
takes it to the basketball 
hoop for two points, 
and an aerodynamie pre- 
sentation for the crowd. 
Eckerd went on to defeat 
the Lynn Knights 81-65. 



^core Board 



Opponent 



Them 




Puei'to Rico- Cayey 


96 


70 


Franklin College 


61 


56 


Puerto Rico- Bayamon 


102 


69 


Augustana College 


69 


70 


Five Towns College 


61 


46 


Johnson C. Smith 


73 


76 


Queens College 


86 


76 


Nova Southeastern University 


76 


69 


Nova Southeastern University 


63 


61 


Columbia Union College 


74 


61 


Monmoth College 


87 


48 


Florida Memorial College 


80 


50 


Lynn University 


90 


S3 


Florida Tech 


81 


65 


Saint Leo University 


66 


51 


Barry University 


61 


47 


Florida Southern College 


78 


96 


Rollins College 


66 


80 


University of Tampa 


48 


68 


Florida Tech 


101 


70 


Saint Leo University 


80 


55 


Barry University 


70 


60 


Florida Southern College 


83 


77 


Rollins College 


71 


68 


University of Tampa 


54 


56 


Lynn University 


72 


60 


Florida Southern College 


71 


77 


Saint Leo l'ni\ersit\ 


84 


7h 



Sports 




Felica Feltdii. left wide open hy the Florida 
Southern defenders, goes for the 2 point shot. 
She was the highest seorer this \ear for the 
l-ad\ Tritons with o\er 1(1(10 points. 



.Andrei f'atterson attempts ii 
itheseoreoftheLadyTi 
Ml free throw shots 



Raehael Thomp.son, Julia Huddlesion. and 
Feliea Felton. all seniors, pose w itli laniih 
memhers at their last home game of the sea- 
son The\ will be soreh missed. 



Score Board 



< )ppoiienl 



Puerto Rico- Cavev 




9-^ 


1,2 


No\a Southeastern Universiiv 


64 


62 


Carson Newman 




d."^ 


OS 


.'\ugustana College 




4y 


5^ 


Glen\ille State College 




77 


S6 


Cameron Umversitv 




64 


76 


No\a Southeastern Unnx 


rsit\ 


73 


.54 


Puerto Rico- Bayamon 




6>S 


59 


Berrv Collese 




M 


iy 


Cokimhia Union College 




75 


40 


Bryant College 




60 


69 


Mnll,,\ College 




6S 


64 


l-Min I'nnersitv 




4.S 


.^0 


finnda lech 




00 


0^ 



I Ml .Sports 



Saint Leo L'nnersitv 


79 


64 


BaiTy Universit\ 


67 


47 


Florida Southern Colleae 


67 


60 


Rollins Collese 


58 


54 


University of Tampa 


68 


84 


Florida Tech 


65 


68 


Saint Leo Uni\ersitv 


90 


51 


Barr\ Unnersitv 


70 


75 


Florida Southern Colleiie 


5 1 


7: 


Rollins College 


68 


54 


University of Tampa 


7: 


67 


Lynn University 


51 


70 


Lynn Lhiiversitv 


58 


52 


FlnridaTcch 


>-^ 


07 




Women's Basketball 




DLLIN5 
TAMPA 

:-L 5Dl|»2|ERN 
% »1T 







V 



i *t»r WW O 



-jsXtJ^S^^. 



Front Row ii to Rl: Slephaiue Mihalopoulos. Cristen Carey. Amanda Lee. Julia Huddleston, Martha Fagan. 
en Ritter goes for a easy two-point lay-up shot with fellow team Katelyn Berger. Jen Ritter. Back Row iL to R): Head Coach Brian Shultes. Andrea Patterson, Felicia Felton. 
nates looking oil The Lady Tritons defeated the Lady Tars fiS-54. Meredith Cook. Rachael Thompson. Kim Trask. Assistant Telica Chang Pong. 



Sports 1 1 1 






ShouiiiL^ sch.Mil spirit. 111. 
I);ince Team pcrldniis a 
partdt tlu-lialMiiiicsh 
al MidiiiL'hl MadiiL-ss I 
lcii>k weeks nf piaetiee h 
perteel the rnuliiie, am 
their hard wmk eerlainh 
paid off. 



Eckerd College Dance Team performs to the latest music flood 
timing and a natural rhythm are essential to keep all ilic nieni- 
bers of the dance team in s\ nc as thc\ pcrlonii A lot ol practice 
also iiclpsi.ut a great deal 



ft r, J, 



%& 



OL SE TmTDIV§«| 





Dance ream /■,;.,„ A',m, i/. „, R, Beck> Hodgiiis. Nicole Allard. Stephanie McComhs. C'harlN 
Row (L I,: Ry Jen HannciA. Casey Jennings. (Iina f oiselius. Jennifer Coleman, Christine Han"- 



I 1 2 Sports 




'«?«>, 



The cheerleading squad gets the 
crowd excited, with their new 
dance routine. Thc> are always full 
ol smiles or enthusiasm 



K 




heerlcading Squad Fraiii Rou (Rw Ij. Michelle Che/em. Joanna Gieiner, Arky Leuman. .Ashley llrbanski. 
annah McVety. April Cudzilo. Peggy O'Neil. Buck Ran: Dom Borello. Kristine Olson. Anne Da\ is. .\an 
ates. Julie Lockard. Anslea Guyadeen. Alison Pino. 



Eckerd College Cheerleaders 
performing at a basketball 
game. With up-beat music and 
tons of stunts, they kept the 
the crowds and the players 
pumped up and raring to go. 



Spoils 1 1 3 




Sailing 





Biiinddii Owen and Chris Berg warm up prioi 
to llie Hckerd Intcrsectional Reaalla. 



ecca Thomas. Coach Scott Norman ant 
Megan Ehlers prepare for the cold weathe: 
battle at the Naval Academy Spring Women'; 
Regatta. Each year. Eckerd's sailing team trav 
els all around the United States to compeu 
'\ w itli the nalmn's top teams! 



tf 



Brandnii ()u,mi ,iiid acw ks.ui Mm-.m louiid ihc Iccwaul 
mark on a w muI\ da\ during Ihc Itckcril Iiilerscclional Re- 
gatta 

This IS another lleet shot of the Hckerd Intcrsectional 

114 Spi.l-ts 



fxr--- 





Group plmtd of the Wnmen's Team al 
the 2001 National Championships m 
Boston. Virginia lr\in. Cher\lanne 
Knsehenheiter, Sarah Schaill. Sarah 
Hardy, Beeca Thomas. Coaeh Scott 
Norman. Carson Turovvski is on one 
knee lending support to the ladies. 



Beeca Thomas. Karen 
Pickering, Niek Kramarc/.uk 
and skipper Brandon Owen 
practice in front of Eekerd 
College on the Waterfront's 
new Colgate 26 cruiser/raeer. 

Sports 





Point. 


..Chelsea 


Harriso 


1 reaches 


for the b 


ill to score 


a point. 


She looks 


determined to hit 


that bal 


o\er the 


net. 




Set... 


Sanjar 


Sodie\ 


tries to 


make a 


backhand 


shot wit 


loiit get- 


liny hit 


By the 


h)ok on 


his face 


and his stance, ten- 


nis must be a \eiy 


rela\in^ 


game. 


Match 


! ll looks 


as It Ma 


aCorrca is 


working 


\ eiT/ hard to 


\\ in Iter 


match for 


the team 






Men's 



And 



Women's 



11 h Spoils 




Victory is mine!!! 

Alter himny ihc 
beautitully over the net. 
Sanjar Sodiev does his 
little victory dance. 
Looks hke fun. can v\e 



ACE! Shika .Singh 
makes a fast power 
ser\e. while fl\ing 
through the air with the 
greatest of ease. Tennis 
looks like a great game 
\ oil get to hit a ball with 
\our might, dance, 
and fix what could be 
better than that'' 



.Spoils 



17 



Score Be 

Oppunciil 


>a 

Us 


rd 

Them 


riionias liniversity 


n 


10 


Thomas Uni\crsity 


1 


s 


St. Tlioinas L'iii\ersity 


3 


y 


St, Ilidiiias L'iii\eisit\ 


1 


s 


Vladosta Stair L'liixeisitv 


1 


s 


VladoNta State L'luvcrsity 


1 


M 


UAH 


1 


s 


West Geofgia Lliii\ersit_\ 


I 


-) 


Clarion Uni\'eisity 


4 


"> 


Clarion University 


7 


3 


Houston Baptist University 





3 


Houston Baptist University 





(-1 


Miss. University for Women 


2 


4 


North Alabama 





7 


Bellmoni Ahhc\ 


4 


3 


Bellmoiit .\hbey 


5 


4 


Florida Tech 


1 


'-) 


Florida Tech 


3 


1 


Carson-Newman 


4 


7 


Carson-Newman 


11) 


5 


Spring Arbor L'niversitN 


4 


2 


Spring Arbor Unnersity 


-1 


S 


BaiT\ Uiii\ersit\ 


1) 


T 


BaiT\ L'liiNcisity 





7 


L\nn UniNcrsiiy 





1 


L>iin Uni\ersit\ 


' 


1 



Softball 







Batter up! livslimiin inneklci-.CliL-lscy P.ilj^ai 
u|i hi liic [iLiic M\A \\M\\ liir the perk-cl pilch. 



Swing Batta Batta. 

Willi C'Ik-Kc\\ pducrlul ■ 
knock Ihal b.ill am where 



And lli.il |ieiicci pilch she got 
iii'.i ami LHHid slanee, she eoulc 



118 Sports 



Safe! ttlllJunuii-iiifickkT. KelK Jacki 
makes ii s.ilely lofirM- Her attempt tn steal 
seeund didn't go quae as pkiniied. hiiue\ei 
her di\ e haek to first kept her safe. Her great 
base mniiing, stealing, and sliding, helped 
the Tritons with their vietories. 




And the wind up, and the pitch 

Freshman |iitcher. Kristma Lemon, one i>i 
the Tritons' two piteheis. winds u]i in her 
attempt to strike out the other team. 



Score Board 



Opponent 



Us 



Them 



Tampa 




~i 


7 


Tampa 




5 


6 


Saint Leo Uni\ersity 


6 





Saint Leo Universi 


ty 


1 


5 


Florida Southern 




-) 


3 


Florida Southern 







6 


University of Haw 


aiiHilo 


1 


7 


University of Haw 


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4 


7 


Florida Tech 




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4 


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1 


Rollins College 







8 


Rollins College 




2 


10 


Tampa 




1 


10 


Tampa 




4 


12 


Bairy University 







1 


Barr\ L'niversity 




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L\nn Uni\ersity 




3 


5 


L\ iin University 




1 


6 


Warner Southern 




-I 


6 


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3 





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1 


3 


Saint Leo University 


1 


6 


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3 


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T 





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T 


4 


Rollins College 







4 



Sports 



Baseball 




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7 


6 


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5 


2 


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7 


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6 


7 


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5 


4 


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5 


7 


Floiida Southern College 


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7 


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T 


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3 


4 


University of Mass- Lowell 


6 


5 


Warner Sinithern 





1 


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4 


9 


Embry-Riddle 


3 


17 


University of Tampa 


9 


21 


Embry-Riddle 


I 


7 


University of Tampa 


7 


9 


Webber International 


7 


6 


Saint Leo University 


3 


11 


Webber International 


7 


6 


Saint Leo University 


10 


6 


Valdosta State University 


10 


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Saint Leo University 


3 


4 


Valdosta State University 


4 


10 


Barry University 


5 


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Waner Southern 


3 


4 


BaiTy University 


7 


3 


Linelon Menmnal 


1 


4 


Barry University 


12 


4 


Nova Southeastern 


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4 


Florida Southern College 


4 


6 


Trinity Inter. University 


17 


1 


Florida Southern College 


3 


13 


Nova Southeastern 


10 


3 


Florida Southein College 


6 


9 


Nova Southeastern 


1 


T 


Florida Tech 


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9 


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13 


3 


Florida Tech 


6 


12 


Saint Mary's University 


11 


10 


Florida Tech 


6 


T 


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12 


7 


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6 


12 


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3 


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4 


3 


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T 


15 


Penn Quakers 


9 


10 


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5 


6 


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4 


T 


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15 


3 


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Clubs 121 




African American Society iBack) Sharrod McCree. CWvun Dunbar. D«a\nc Suith (Muhll,' 

T.in\ a Womaek. [ clkia Feltnii. Safiya Sawney. Rachel Tliompsun. Raequel Gadsden. Brandi Prnigle CreatiUC Whting .\Iclanie ,\eale. Liz Leekle\. Pedro Jarqinn. Denise Riitlan 

(Ar,.mil.cna\\,llalkBrand> Ingram. JulieHuddleston.ZenaDavrs.Melan.e Ingram. .MailineFonUune. Dave White. Sahnna Edmunson. and Matt Potter 

Lille Collini^-PhiliiL'ene 



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Sam C.uesli. .Adrian Holmes. Caleh .Siein. Peter /dro'jewski. Brett Saetor tln.iin .lahe/ Holmes- PalfBttO PrOHUCtiOnS (Back Rou i Theresia Buchholz. Bethany Elliott. 

Hammond. .Sean Burton. Joel Brimyer. Mike Miller. Nkiriha Dexlm Maria Kute. Bretl Ka\ do. Fred Sabota (Front Row ) Laura Seherl, Lindse\ Kraatz. 

and Jen Asher 
122 Clubs 





Triton Newspaper Staff («d<i) Cluick eianey. Mark Muellur, John Lawler. Sara Fehling. 
ECTU Melissa Lueking, Joanna Greiner. Jonathan Silva. Rohm Kreisberg. and Mike Hrie.i ( i aiy I ).in Nichki . I'etc Medina, Sharon Henley. Tiffany Paseo (Miihile) Aaron Alper, Natalie 
,^]^^,|.^ " Bianell l-iiiil\ Mnrgenslem. I \ndsie Nickel, (1i:iiiel \knlin. Denise Rattan. Leah Kigali 

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Resist to Exist (BucIO Carey Whitaker-Goode. Cire-j lenn.eii, Kathriiu 
Court. Kimberley Mortimer. ,Abby Beienhak. Mike Myers. Hank Green 
{Front) Cara Graham, and Mana KiUe 




HerpatOlOgy I /{(((-A') Avril Warren. Lisa Ippoliti. Lauren Besenhofei. Diana Huestis. Denise Run m i / - 
Michelle C\i-,AniherHa/lett 

Clubs i; 




(CloUuLSC llOIII lop hill 

Members (if KC Pride eat lunch to- 
ycllicr in llic siLklenI lounge. The club 
liad a ninnbcr (il speakers come speak 
1(1 the group anti the school through- 
out the year. 

The Roller Hockey Team crow ds the 
goalie w Ith an attempt to score a goal. 
E\en though the games were not held 
on campus. Eckeid students still went 
to support their team 

.4ngeUi Nieniicc and Tillan\ Pasco, 
niemhcrs ol the S«in^ Club, slmu 
e\er>one hou u'silonc at the club tair 

Eric Veitcli poses loi the camera in llic 
college radio station room WKCX 
allows an\ stiieleiit w ho wants a show 
to he a D.I lor a night, 

124 Clubs 




(rlmk-w ise fioiii top left) 

Meinehers of the Womeirs \()lle>ball Club warm up 

belorc a game. 

The Rugby team laekles eaeh ntliei IninL; to i;et the 

ball. Both of these ekib teams seiinimaged other eol- 

leges during their season. 

HullabaIoo:Meghan Carney. Staphanie Ha/lett, Nicole 

Coppinger. Brittney Boone. Kylee O'Toole. Amanda 

Howey, Elspeth Spransy. Svetoslav Spasov. Amy 

.lohnson. Dan Niebler. Tara Sands. Tonya Womack. and 

Andrew Richardson 

p:arth Society-A Back) Daniel Peteis. Da\id White. 

Megan Horst. Denise Ruttan, Sonja Skovsted. Mark 

Mueller {FioiiD Lindsay Kraatz. Stephaine Hazlett, 

Diana Huestis. Diana ManL'one. Alisa Mazzocchi 



Clubs 



125 



Giiia Forselius 




As always, 

We love you. k 

Dad, Mom, 

8c Brother 

Paul 



May love, 

fulfillment 

and 

a successful 

future 

follow you 

everywhere. 








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Mc\mi & papi 








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126 Adxertisenients 




You've come a 

long way. 

Congratulations, 

Jenda! 

tdta and mdma 



Ore a Venbrux 



Congratulations Greg, 

We are very proud of 

you and your 

accomplishments. 

Best wishes always. 

Love, 
Mom and Lisa 





How did 



J amy M ariey Tucker 



Graduation come so 
quickly?! 



Congratulations & Best Wishes Always! 
Love. Mom Se Glenn 




Adxeitisements 127 



Koirer\y 




Karen Lintdn 



Yo 

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r m/^rO- very proud/ of yauy, my 
h€-<MAjAful/ (iouighter. 

I hyum thutyour hufeywUlheyfOledy 
wCthymuny chxMeri^e^ arui^ much/ 

A U/ my loves 
Vaddy 




Di.iiKi Bass-t'anipoli 



WE ARE 10 
PROUD OF YOU! 

Love, Mom, Dad, 

Paul & All the rest 

of your family 



12(S Advertisements 



Yoii ko^ve developed a vivid 
sense ojbeautij. trutK 
and the morally good. 

Be No One BM^tYoLirself. 

EKijotj ijourjourneiy^. we 
wtll always be witk goiA. 

Lovejbrever, 

Mom- Dad- Alex 




Advertisements 129 



To 6ive Q Child a Dream 

You cannot practice for her every day; 

The knowledge that you give her will not stream 
On her young mind in one bright, blinding ray. 
But you can plant a dream. 

Ah, you can plant a dream in her young heart, 
A dream of excellence whose light will gleam 

Upon her pathway as the years depart. 
Your words can plant a dream. 

To sow a dream and see it spread and grow. 
To light a lamp and watch its brightness gleam. 
Here is a gift that is divine I know . . . 
To give a child a dream. 

- /tnne Campbell 

Theresia, we are very proud of you! 

Congratulations on your many accomplishments. 
Always chase your dreams! 

We love you. Mom, Dad & Kasi 



Theresia Biicliholz 






130 Ad\ertisemenls 



Decorah Valier 



Brian Brink 







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PIIIIOSOPlltR 

1 a : a person who seeks wisdom oi enlighteiiniciii : SC HOLAR, 
THINKER 

b : a student of philosophy 

2 a : a person whose philosophical perspective makes meeting 
trouble with equanimit\' easier 

b : lui expounder of a theorv- in a particular area of experience 
c : Brian Patrick Brink 

We looked up philosopher in the dictionarv, and guess what 
»e found'.'. 

With Love & Pride 



Zongra{u\ai\ons\ 



Advertisements 



THEN 





Eric Vichich 

We've seen many changes 
in you throughout the 
years, hut some things 
remain constant: your 
sunny disposition, 
compassion for others, love 
for nature and the 

environment, and the pride 

we've always felt in your many 
accomplishments. Follow your 

heart, follow your dreams, and 
/ be true to your values. God 

bless you in everything you 
do, love, 

Mom, Dad, and Mark 




NOW 



Ad\ cilismcnts 



Melisi;! Luckiiii; 




We love you, 

Mom and Jim 

Dad and Jacquie 



Some people change 
Some never do, 
Our little "Pixie" 
Will always be you. 




Adxertisements 



Nicole Mima 




First davj OF 
KiNdergarteN.. 




To vjOLir First 

ddV] OF coLLege 



MNd aiL tHe da»jS ^N betWeejS g, S'Nce vjoij na\/e 
Niade US SO ppoudl WE LOVe vjOUM 

Love aLWav]S, 
Mo|vi, Dad, 8, L^iJra 



Once Again, Tim- 
Determination Has Paid Off. 
You Are A Fine Example For 
All To Follow! 



Love, 

Mom, Dad, and Chris 



Wishing The Best To The Best: 
Darlene 
Laura 

Charlotte 
Janice 
Mandy 

Vou Will Be Missedinil 



Tiniothv Sheridan 




Adxeitiseinents 



2U01-2002 Student Ministn Coordinator^ 



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Jeannie, brian and mono 
thank the 2001-2002 
SMCs for ALL they are 
and ALL they do!!! 



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140 The 2()()i -2(102 '^earhook Staff 




The 2(101-2(102 ^'carbdok Staff 141 




WARNING: 

These are the very 
crazy people who 
have worked ex- 
tremely long hours to 
produce this book. 
Due to lack of sleep, 
de pre vat ion of food, 
and an overload of 
stress, it is in your best 
interest not to inquire 
or complain about the 
work of art you are 
now perusing to these 
particular individuals. 
Please enjoy all that 
you read and see and 
have a great day! 





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142 The2(Hil-:(ii): ^caihook M.isicrminds 




G®r/ BIfss thf USfl! A student 
hangs the American flag proudly 
in his w indovv. Many students, and 
others across the world, took tlic 
time to show their support and lo\ e 
for America. 

Great J@6! Dean Annarelli. Todd 
Meinors the director of Eckerd 
Dinuig Servies. Brian Redar. and 
Fred Sabota the acting director of 
Campus Activities congratulate 
each other on a job well done. To- 
gether as a community we were 
able to transform the Lindsey Hall 
Grill into our new and improved 
studenl center' 

Gi-a^/ua:i@n Da;! Greg 
Kokemuller walks into Tropicana 
Field for the graduation ceremony 
he has been dreaming about tor 
four veais. 





As we bnnQ this academic ijcar to a close, we ciccei^t that 
we are not the persons we were when we heqan thisjour- 
neij oj change. As a countrij we straggled to find oar 
comfort, but most definitelijjouyid oar Lderitttg. As a stu- 
dent body we said goodbye to mani^Jamihar faces, and 
(^ilniost immediutelg welcomed a whole host ojf uew 
avnazinQ people tbut would help keep Eckerd tbe ayuqae 
place that it is, wkiLe working to t^lter its stutejbr tke 
better. v^ehaMechan%ed. The world has changed. Witbiia 
avid around each of as a metumorpkos is kus occared. 



Closing 



143 




Bringing in the > ear :il(: I u illi \nlunic \ll ul ilic HulLihalo,,, ihis book »,,s prnJuccJ b\ the (M-O: [luliahaloo siatf The ^IKI- 
Hullabaloo uas created b> a ^llklellt stall ami pinned by Ta>lor Puhli-,hiiig fompain in Dallas, lexas. The 144 pa-es «ere 
suhinitted on disk usin^-NlaeiiiloshNers,oiisofAdohePageMaker6,5. Adobe PageMaker^.O. Adobe PhotnShop 4 (LandMiuosoM 
Word 98. Steve Ferguson sei\ed as publishing representative and Robert Porter as account exectitiNe 1 he iheiiie. Metaiiiorphn 
SIS. was developed b\ l:diio,-in-ch,el. Andrew Richardson, and Office Manager, Amanda Howey. with the support of the entire 
stall The opening and ch.sing secti,.ns, along « iili the section dn iders. uere designed by bv the respective section or monthK 
editor The sections ueie indu idiiall\ designed b\ Michelle Da^ is. Nicole C.ppinger. Bridget Thornton, and Tonva VVoniaek 
The pages uithin the C4iihs and Activities section were offered to e\er> club and organization associated with the l.ckeid 
College I )igani/ation ol .Students tree of charge. Unless otherwise noted, all photographs^'were taken bs the Hullabaloo or Tnton 
stall P.irtraits in the Album section were taken by Bryii-Alan Photography Companv of St. Petersburg Group photos throu.-h- 
oiii ihe book were taken by the staff or provided by the group. All photographs in the book were dev^eloped by Eckerd or was 
taken \Mth a digital Nikon CoolPix 995 camera. Conceptualized by Amanda Howev. Amv Johnson, and Tara .Sands, and de- 
signed by Steve Taylor, the cover was created u.sing Adobe PageMaker d .5 The main t\pe si\ Ic loiuid ni the book is Times and 
IS used for all of the captions. The lead-ins and headline type .styles ueic lelt to the discrcsti.in ol each indn idual sedion oi 
monthly editor, and ineulded: Ransom. Sand. Gilligans Island. Treefroi;. Hckmann. Caslon Open Face T Plantin Oun It .i.^ 

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iadget. Trebiichet MS. Moonbeam, Comic Sans MS, Charcoal. Hobby Headline. Textile, Stinger. Monaco, Hamn^ton Impaci 
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. BnemSeript. Zapf Chancery. Apple Ch. 
the \ icu s of the college or the Eckerd College Organ 
rale inlormation presented within. The Hullabaloo is : 
a book. Prices ranged from $4ll-,t45. with 4011 book- 
slalf can he contacted at 4200 54th Avenue South 
yearbook fa eckerd edu. 

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icery.andLucida Black Icllci I :ditoriaUi>iilcnl does not necessarily reflect 

i/ation ol Sludeiils flic cdilor-in-chiel is not responsible for any inaccu- 

hsinbuted on campus m the fall of each year to all students who purchased 

'ideied. The Hullabaloo office is located in Brown Hall, room 121. The 

St. Petersburg, FL .^3711: phone 727/864-8924; fax 727/864-8588; 



Editor-in-Chief.. 



Office Manager 



Faculty Advisor.. 



.Andrew Richard 



.Amanda Ho! 



Autumn Term Editor. Nicole Coppir 

Monthly Editors Michelle Di 



Sports Editor. Tonya Worn 

Album Editor. Svetoslav Spa 

Fundraising & Sales Manager. Tara Sa 

Amy John 

Photo Editor. Eric Vei 

Yearbook Groupie Greg Jens: 

Special thanks to Dan Niebler, Emily 
Morganstein, Editor-in-Chief of The Trite 
and the 2001-2002 Triton Staff. 




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